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Circle of Light - The Photography of Pamela Bone

UK, 1972 (MIFF 1973)

Director: Anthony M Roland

Inspired by nature, Pamela Bone has searched for a way to express the mystery and beauty of an inner vision by photographic means. She said about her work: 'When you value an idea, it enables you to work with infinite care and patience to overcome the limitations that photography would impose.'

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