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‘A Taste of Honey’

‘The funfair occupies that transitional space between childhood and adolescence. Most of us first visit the fair in the company of our parents – but with the hope of one day returning independent, off the reins, free! It’s one of those romantic scenarios we imagine will populate our projected adulthood’.

Michael Clement_Fun Fair

10 Classic funfair movies

•  Coeur Fidele ( 1932)

•  Pinocchio (1940)

•  The Lady from Shanghai (1947)

•  Brighton Rock (1947)

•  Letter from an Unknown Woman (1948)

•  Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (1960)

•  A Taste of Honey (1961)

•  Paper Moon (1973)

•  Rollercoaster (1977)

•  Big (1988)

 

Abandoned Christmas Trees

A sure sign Christmas is over is the discarded tree on the pavement.

Discarded Christmas Trees

‘Capturing Character’

The kind folk at ‘The Printspace’ have featured me today on their blog. This coincides with the launch of my new website:

http://www.theprintspace.co.uk/blog/michael-clement/

MichaelClement_Printspace

Dog Days

” He carried his own low temperature always about with him. He iced his office in the dog days and didn’t thaw it one degree”.

Never Work With Animals and Children

The Shar Pei  has got to be one of the most weird looking Dogs known to man. But great to photograph. Thanks to Steve and Limea.

Association Of Photographers Awards 2010

A set of my photographs have been selected for this years awards in the “Non Commissined Object Series” category.

http://awards.the-aop.org/2010_Photographers_Awards

http://home.the-aop.org/

New Book

Here’s a link to the most recent “Agency” book that I’ve made: