About

This is the blog of Paul and Elizabeth who live in a small village in rural Northamptonshire and like travelling, well, just about anywhere in the UK and further afield but have a special fascination with India.

Here we will be writing about any aspects of the visual arts that capture our imaginations. We both love taking photographs so many of these posts will either be about photography or will be supported by our pictures.

If you want to know more about us then we suggest you look at our Flickr pages here and here.

Contact: inversionlayer@gmail.com

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4 responses

4 11 2007
spuffyduds

Wow. “Crack in the floor” sounded completely dumb at first–but it’s extremely nifty. Love the gynecological closeup especially. Thanks for sharing.

16 09 2008
Kingshuk Mukherjee

Hi Elizabeth,
I am Kingshuk Mukherjee from Mumbai, India I was surfing on the Internet and came across your blog. I must say the pictures that you have taken of Rudraprayag and other temples as well Indian people are excellent and I really appreciate that. I also liked that you participated in our Indian tradition like Pooja (Prayer) on the banks of our holy rivers. I hope you continue this excellent work. Please do get in touch with me if you come down to Mumbai (BOMBAY), i will be glad to offer you a very personal and an comprehensive tour of Mumbai city as well as any other city in the State of Maharashtra. I am presently working in mumbai as a crisis management consultant in India’s number one PR firm called as Adfactors. my e-mail ID is : kingshukjee@gmail.com I hope you will come to India soon. Would appreciate any feedback.

WarmRegards,
Kingshuk Mukherjee
Crisis Management Consultant
Adfactors PR Pvt Ltd, Mumbai
E-mail: kingshukjee@gmail.com
Mobile : 9323846856

16 09 2008
Inversion Layer

Thanks for the comment Kingshuk; we certainly hope to get to Mumbai one day.

Elizabeth & Paul

31 01 2011
between channels

Hi,

I love your interest in cities, especially Birmingham, a place I have become increasingly interested in since posting the 1968 pictures on my site. I love what you have posted so far, keep up the good work!

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