At first, my creativity was quelled. Being in the same place for a number of weeks, with the same old views, from the same old positions can stifle the desire to explore. It can also lead to a more intimate awareness of the nuances of light. For the last fifteen or more years I have stared … Continue reading
At Tuppenny Barn we had about 400 visitors. It is a superb venue. I sold the black and white pictured here. It is always good to sell things as this gives me feedback. Also popular were some of the tree images I took years ago. May be it is time to get out into the … Continue reading
An eclectic exhibition of photographs!
A blustery weekend in April. A weekend for making memories. Pondering the meaning of the landscape. Who has walked this landscape before? Clouds scud across a darkening sky Stones – sentinels to our ancestors. A time for reflection As memories take birth
The weather forecast suggested a brief respite from the storms. It was wrong, but the scenes and colours were sharp. It was worth getting wet.
“Let the mountains speak for themselves”, Rusty Baillie. I have just returned from an energising four days in the Lakes. The EOE Network Conference was stimulating and the scenery invigorating.
Paper presented at the EOE Conference in Metsakartano, Finland, October, 2011 I imagine I share with everyone here an enthusiasm for being outdoors in nature. The opportunity for an adrenaline rush or the unexpected peak or frontier experience seals my passion. As I reflect on my many experiences in the outdoors, I am aware of … Continue reading