The latest edition of Kage Collective essays is out today, with new work from just about all of us. It's summer over in the Northern Hemisphere, so a lot of us have been on the move or on holiday recently - including myself - so our stories this month reflect that. I've got an essay called The Crib this month, from some time spent in Canada recently, playing cards with my family.

Here's a bonus image that didn't find its way into the story this month - I don't often do double exposures in-camera, but thought I'd take another look at it this month.

I had Canadian singer-songwriter Bruce Cockburn's song 'All The Diamonds' stuck in my head for a few days -

All the diamonds in this world
That mean anything to me
Are conjured up by wind and sunlight
Sparkling on the sea
— Bruce Cockburn

- and this is what came out of that.

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