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THERE'S nothing like kicking back and enjoying some of our country's most stunning scenery.

But with the wind howling and the dark days here, there's not much opportunity to get out there in the countryside.

The next best thing is viewing the stunning new exhibition of innovative landscape photography by Brian Gaylor.

It is split into three sections: The Forest - an experiment in imagination, taking the viewer into a hazy, dark place, silent, watching and waiting in the twilight; Impressionistic Pictorial Photography - characterised by its soft focus and dusky tones; and Turbulent Abstraction - the splendour of moving water is encapsulated as free-flowing and subtle in colour, like a geographical map of an unseen landscape.


Brian Gaylor-An Alternative View is at the Dylan Thomas Centre in Swansea until the end of January
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Dec 20, 2008
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