Two weeks ago I was given a lovely bunch of tulips and I have loved watching them age, and I realised today what a metaphor they are for growing older and seeing beauty where many might only see decay. At first the flowers were upright and prim and proper and within a couple of daysContinue reading “Ageing beautifully”
A little early for the garden yet, although I do have daffs now – I love these tulips – they start off so prim and proper and after a couple of days really let it all hang out!
I admit I am a very lazy photographer. I often say that I don’t care what settings my camera is on…. I don’t want to be bothered by technicalities… I’m an artist…… So most of my pictures are taken on auto, and they turn out fine, but every now and then I am dissatisfied with aContinue reading “Exposure Triangle? Could anything be more confusing?!”
Fragile. Norfolk, January 2017.We lost a lovely gentle man on Christmas Day. Too soon.
A great many artists will tell you that it is essential to have a cull of your work regularly, in order to keep things fresh, but it is a very difficult thing to do. Earlier this year I met artist Mark Anstee who strongly feels that his work is temporary, and consequently, he cullsContinue reading “Time for a cull”
Yesterday I had 30 mins to wait between trains at Brighton Station, and since I had my camera with me and since it is a beautiful place, I started taking some pictures. I tend to shoot from the hip and people rarely realise I am photographing. After about 25mins, a security guard approached meContinue reading “The pictures they didn’t want you to see!”
I know it’s a cliche, but I can’t believe that a week ago I was sat in The Arc waiting for SnowApple having just had a lot of fun watching Rughu Dixit on the main stage. We were SO lucky with the weather…. It rained a little on our first day so my festivalContinue reading “Larmer Tree 2015 – it was fun as always!”