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Colour Fields

Photographic experiments with Colour and Light.
  • September 29, 2015

E = (1/8)*ρgH²L

The motion of the sea never stops. It is a source of energy that is still largely untapped. Waves are the forward movement of the ocean’s water due to the oscillation of water particles by the frictional drag of wind over the water’s surface. Total wave energy E = (1/8)*ρgH²L A series of images of…
  • June 27, 2013

The sea

“I felt the full breadth and depth of the ocean around the sphere of the Earth, back billions of years to the beginning of life, across all the passing lives and deaths, the endless waves of swimming joy and quiet losses of exquisite creatures with fins and fronds, tentacles and wings, colourful and transparent, tiny…
  • June 23, 2013

African Diorama

I have childhood memories of spending hours staring at natural history dioramas in dimly lit museums. Somehow they present an idealised view of the natural world; more real than reality. Such exhibits remain mired in controversy. Are they educational objects or mere hunting trophies? Watching groups of young children looking on in wonder would suggest…
  • June 22, 2013


Beautiful and delicate slow dancers of the seas, suggestive of an outer planetary existence, which have been around for 650 million years and are found in every ocean. Jellyfish have no brain or central nervous system and about 90% of their body weight is made up of water. Despite their frail elegance some species posess…
  • June 23, 2013

View from the edge

Ever wonder what it’s like to be a River? How does it feel? What does it see as it moves from it’s source to the sea? How far does it travel? Who or what might it meet along the way?
  • June 23, 2013


Alien looking life forms which are suggestive of other worldly existence or perhaps an underwater scene. Luxuriant lichen growth is indicative of a clean atmospheric environment despite resembling scenes of post apocalyptic industrial decay.
  • June 23, 2013

Kivuli Limited Edition Book

A view of exotic East African wildlife through the dusty binoculars of a safari guide who rarely sees the classically composed and beautifully lit images taken by the thousands of tourists and photographers visiting the East African savannahs. Co-authored with my son Michael Hill Buy a copy here:
  • June 23, 2013


The numbers 0 and 1 are the basis of the binary code which provides the instructions to computer processors and are the basis of electronic communication. Simple sequences of these numbers code complex computer instructions. When an error occurs, either by accident or design, these instructions are rendered useless. Complex and ordered instructions render nonsense…
  • June 23, 2013


The ice is melting. Is this a cyclical phenomenon? Has it now become an unstoppable one way process? Icebergs are the offspring of glaciers and icecaps. Myriad shapes and sizes of awe inspiring beauty originating and existing in the hostile extremes of latitude. A portfolio of images suggesting the hostile and extreme climatic regions they…
  • June 23, 2013