Fine Art


Photographer Barrie Robinson Bule found blazing colour, lots of it, on a road trip in the US.

I’d hate to be colour blind.

Because some colours just need a picture taking of them.

And it really doesn’t matter where I find them.

I just love being blinded by colour.


The photographer

Baz R Bule

Baz R Bule is an Art Director by day and a photographer for the rest of the time. He shoots with a fixed lens and for him everything is about getting close enough.

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