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Koniferus Kookius 1 by E3Nomad, visual art

  • United Kingdom
  • Deviant for 16 years
  • She / Her
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My Bio
Status: Retired
Current Residence: "Tala Hinna" - 9 Ton cutter near Plymouth
Favourite genre of music: More syncretic than eclectic
Favourite photographer: Ansel Adams
Personal Quote: A nomad I will remain for life, in love with distant and uncharted places.

Tools of the Trade
Canon D60; usual studio gizmos 'n stuff; rope of course, usually 5mm jute
Other Interests
Satisfying an insatiable curiosity
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…seven years and counting…
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… three-and-a-half years since I last submitted, yet people still drop by and seem to like my work. Thank you all … enjoy!
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I love your work and understand your frustration with closed-mindedness. Even the "weirdos" can't seem to see outside of their boxes.
Heheheh! Thanks for your kind thoughts. Yup, boxes are safe places, and folk seem to like knowing where they are; maintaining a point of reference. Me, I find journeys through the unknown stimulating. It's hard to get lost when rejection of preconceptions makes the assumption of destination redundant!
You have some great work here,woman :)
You are welcome :)
You flatter me too much, sir, but thank you nonetheless :bow:
Ehy, I know many people who are great photographes and great shibari artists and I can say you are really great too, as photographer and as shibarist... :D
Thank you Denny. I don't really aspire to being great, but I do what I do as well as I can and I've enjoyed doing all that I've done. It's all the better then, that others enjoy it too.