With Spice - Light (from "Molten" Project)

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This image is from a project entitled 'Molten'. 

Images within the 'Molten' series were taken in Bilbao. Late afternoon light against the golden metal panels of the Guggenheim seen from across the gently flowing river alongside helped me see something new. The image is presented largely as taken.

The ultraHD Photo is printed onto Fuji Crystal Archive Glossy paper mounted onto 3mm aluminium dibond. The final image is presented under acrylic glass. 

The printed image measures 60cm x 60cm and is supplied with aluminium rails for direct hanging. There is no requirement to mount or frame this piece.  


I could happily photograph water for the rest of my life. I know that when I have water around me in some form it calms me, I will lose myself for hours playing around and trying different things. 

The sound of dramatic seas, the gentle trickle of a stream, a still pond reflecting sparkles of light. It's all food for the soul, I would be a lesser human without it. 

See more of Linda Bembridge's work here

About Linda Bembridge FRPS EFIAP

Linda Bembridge is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society who has also been awarded the EFIAP distinction (Excellence de la Fédération Internationale de l'Art Photographique) which requires her to have over 250 images accepted into Photographic Exhibitions and Salons throughout the world and to have achieved a minimum number of awards in those exhibitions.

Linda says of her work, 

"My approach to photography continues to evolve as I learn more about what inspires me. Using a combination of -in-camera techniques focusing on blending and colour shifts I photograph any scene which attracts my attention. I do not limit myself to subject, or place arbitrary around processing techniques. I will happily devote time editing images if I feel I can communicate more clearly. I play with tones, shape and colour if I feel the result will be more exciting."

"My goal is to use my camera frame as a means by which to pull the viewer out of a logical and recognisable world into a place which feels more alive and joyful. I am drawn to shapes, colour and rhythm while I strive to connect with the chaos that surrounds us. My work varies from representational to abstract, and I move between the two continually. Every image I produce is part of my journey to find my creative voice, each has its place and its own story to tell."

"I am an enthusiastic member of The Royal Photographic Society and was delighted to be awarded my fellowship in 2013 using a series of very personal Triptych images. Producing images which work as small collections is a theme which runs throughout my work and being able to use this approach to gain my FRPS was particularly pleasing"