Sunday, 15 November 2015

evening light on evening light

photograph by Carol Robertson

Tuesday, 25 August 2015

some diagonal lines

some diagonal lines to brighten
a designated space

Thomas A Clark & David Bellingham

published by WAX366 2015

folder of two folded prints £10

set of two unfolded prints signed and numbered £100 plus postage

available from

Sunday, 12 July 2015

wind blown cloud

homage to Matsuo Basho, May 2015

Wednesday, 15 April 2015

ring ouzel ring tone


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photograph by Andy Hay

with thanks to RSPB

the dawning of the day

The Dawning of the Day

A film by Thomas A Clark

realised by The Rhubaba Choir

Monday, 23 February 2015


Moschatel Press 2015, £12.50

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Tuesday, 23 December 2014

yellow & blue reviewed

"Each poem indicates a place, perhaps amounting to one place through the whole book, perhaps a new place with each poem, perhaps a place only a few inches away from the previous place, or several miles. Items of vocabulary point to Scotland (skerry, lochan, bolabhal etc.) and to wild countryside - then not wild but not metropolitan either. The place is given in a detail, often but not necessarily a natural detail, and from this true thing the writing progresses through the poem or a bunch of them, towards a different kind of truth.  A truth of detail leads to a truth of thought."

- Peter Riley, PN Review No 217