As a reflection seismologist, I spent four decades reducing sound echoes into visualisations of rock formations long buried from view.
As a photographer, I seek to capture incidents that might not otherwise be seen.
As a rambler, I try to emulate reflections: they leave no trace.
“The most important question we must ask ourselves is, ‘Are we being good ancestors?’”- Jonas Salk
Reflections is the sixth chapbook or photozine in the initial series of 12 being published monthly in 2021. The aim of the chapbooks is to bring some temporary relief from the restrictions of the pandemic. The books illustrate the restrictions though a series of images collected from within the restricted space I can roam in South County Dublin.
The copies of Reflections for the growing list of subscribers went directly into the local postal sorting office today. It’s taken some experimentation and time to get the chapbooks printed on recycled paper but here we are, finally; this edition is the first to be printed on recycled paper.
Additional copies of all of the chapbooks are available now at outlets like FabHappy or this WalkingCommentary site. Priced at 10 euro or 10 pounds or 10 dollars (plus P+P) depending on your IP address.
You can also subscribe for the full set of 12 for 100 units of one of these currencies. That’s two issues for free. And wait, there’s more. For the full, one year subscription, I’ll even throw in the P+P, an additional saving of no less than €13.20. Once the 200 copies of each edition are gone, they really are gone.
The Bracket Books chapbooks are available for online purchase through FabHappy and TheUpliftKit but perhaps the best thing is to enquire here. They’re being issued by the calendar month, each edition limited to 200 copies, each copy uniquely numbered and posted at the end of each month. Price per copy is 10 plus postage. Where you live determines if that’s 10 USD or 10 Euro or 10 Sterling. Subscribe for 12 editions for 100 of your USD, Euro or Sterling choice and we’ll gladly cover the postage.