The travellers of an early morning

March 5th, 2015 - 08:43
A foggy morning in Wiltshire (c) Wolf Kettler Photographer

At 06:20 this morning my world was shy and mysterious with a whisper of frost, hiding in thick fog. Twenty minutes later and just five minutes before Mme Soleil stepped through the door, the solidity of the fog had transformed into movable, delicate veils, the travellers of an early morning.

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Nature’s amazing patterns

March 2nd, 2015 - 13:06
Nature's amazing patterns - Rauriser Tal (c) Wolf Kettler Photographer

The combination of the angle of the sun, the delicate, bare trees and the partly snow-covered ground created this fascinating and mesmerising graphic pattern on the steep side of a valley in the Rauriser Tal.

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Welcome back, Mr and Mrs Duck

February 28th, 2015 - 17:36
Welcome back, Mr and Mrs Duck (c) Wolf Kettler Photographer

It was good to see my ducks back in the garden a few days ago. They are not my ducks, of course, they are wildlife, who enjoy my garden and the pond, which is just behind them out sight in this photograph.

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Pure eternity

February 26th, 2015 - 09:53
The graveyard of Rauris, Austria, by night (c) Wolf Kettler Photographer

The beautifully lit graveyard at Rauris in the Pinzgau area of the Austrian province of Salzburg makes an unmistakeable connection between the peaceful serenity of death and the infinity of the universe.

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Waxing sickle moon

February 24th, 2015 - 08:14
Waxing sickle moon (c) Wolf Kettler Photographer

The waxing sickle moon setting over the mountains at Rauris in the Pinzgau area of the Austrian province of Salzburg.

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A Wiltshire sunset

February 9th, 2015 - 09:47
A Wiltshire sunset (c) Wolf Kettler Photographer

The Wiltshire landscape rests heavily like an old labourer’s callused hands at the end of a life’s work, as if nature had forgotten to do anything exciting with this particular plot of land. It is exactly this absence of anything noteworthy that makes it attractive.

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Wolf Moon over Roundway Hill

February 4th, 2015 - 08:48
The full moon rises over Oliver's Castle on Roundway Hill in Wiltshire, England. Photograph (c) Wolf Kettler.

The name of the full moon in January, Wolf Moon, is reminiscent of times long gone when you could hear the wolves howling in the crisp, frosty nights. If you open your soul and unburden your mind, you can still hear the echoes of their song.

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The art of self

March 3rd, 2015 - 08:54
The art of self (c) Wolf Kettler Photographer

‘The art of placement is extremely important’, I thought when I spotted this handsome resident of the village of Wörth in the Rauris Valley in Austria. Then I thought ‘no, the art of self-placement’ until I finally found enlightenment in the thought that what is actually important is the art of self.

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The frozen ghost

February 10th, 2015 - 09:36
The frozen ghost (c) Wolf Kettler Photographer

When I emptied the birdbath in my garden of ice to fill it with fresh water the other morning after a frosty night, I noticed something protruding from the ice. Something that looked like a very small ghost skating on ice.

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Pretty and flavoursome

February 5th, 2015 - 09:35
Pain de la campagne rustique à la maison (c) Wolf Kettler Photographer

Earlier this week I wrote about making my own bread and a while back I commented that independent bakers are almost extinct in this country and that the chain-bakery and supermarket produced bread looks authentic but is as tasty as paper. Here are two more of my own recent creations, a pain de campagne rustique and a malted multi-grain loaf.

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Bread making

January 29th, 2015 - 18:22
Rustic home-made bread (c) Wolf Kettler Photographer

After years of making my own bread I have only just worked out how to make the shape of these traditional, rustic rolls. Simple but nonsensical.

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Light and day

January 27th, 2015 - 10:56
Streetlight (c) Wolf Kettler Photographer

The mystery of the streetlight that even Sherlock Holmes himself would struggle to understand.

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January 15th, 2015 - 11:43
Camillo takes a nap on the stairs (c) Wolf Kettler Photographer

How to choose a spot for a catnap and why it is important that your cat’s fur is a contrasting colour to your carpets.

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My future (a proposal)

October 23rd, 2014 - 11:25
Old man resting (c) Wolf Kettler Photographer

I ‘found’ this gentleman in the midday heat of a Greek summer in 1984. It is not clear whether the old man is the householder or a passing vagrant. Looking at the photograph now, thirty years later, I think that this might be me in a few years’ time.

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