The Meaning of a Photograph?

It is my intention to present – through the medium of photography – intuitive observations of the natural world which may have meaning to the spectators. – Ansel Adams


  • Anna M. Blanch is a regular contributor to Transpositions. She is Australian by birth, and inclination, Anna grew up surrounded by the Australian bush, a large extended family, bush poetry, and sport. Anna is currently writing her PhD in Theology and Literature. She finds photography, enjoying her environment and its fruits, and being in community bring her joy.

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  1. says: Jim Watkins

    Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. You know what they say, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” And a thousand words is double our standard word limit for posts. So you might consider cropping this photo in half and posting Part II next time! 🙂

    1. says: Anna Blanch

      lol. thanks for making me laugh.

      I’ve been really inspired by Ansel Adams of late! He had some fascinating ideas about the role of the photographer and his creative process.

      I feel a little torn between the grind of my thesis research and where my creative brain is taking me at the moment. Ideally they would be feeding and cross-pollinating…but i think C.S. Lewis week has me tuckered out! I’m looking forward to the launch of the new site!

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