Posts from the ‘River’ Category
Happy New Year, although the first month is fast approaching its end! A few weeks without broadband and phones has made for an interesting period. This year is one of contemplation and then doing. I am looking at my work and what it is.
So for this posting here are a few local views……..
After a long break, partly caused by being away in the USA, voluntary work and teeth problems I am now back. I am change the way I work and sell my art, so there should be more available to see!
I am still working through the thousands of images from travelling, sadly my faithful old D200 kind of died and so I have had to find a new camera, not the latest by a long way but Wex Photographic came up with a nice, low actuations D300 which has a self-cleaning sensor – much better!
Open Studios at Art at The Works starts on 29th August and finishes on Sunday 6th September – open 11 – 5 or by appointment. I am exhibiting, as last year, with Clare Law. Lots of interesting work from both of us as well as cards and unmounted work in the browser.
Just started trying to create an image for the exhibition which celebrates the valley. I suppose I will have to choose just one!
Busy with other work! However, here are a few of the new World Within Worlds …………..
Currently photographing a Daffodil and the bottom of an Amarilys stem!
Out of action for a while – trying to catch up!
Here are a couple from a few weeks back!
These are available as 16 x 12 inch prints in a 20 x 16 mount £25 Post and Packing extra
A wander along the Devon side of the Tamar. Came across half a boat and great views!
In looking at where to take my work, I came across an article about landscape panoramas and planet panoramas so thought what would happen to a flower if it was given the same treatment! The answer lies below…….
I had this morning to myself – and decided to catch up on over 6 months of journals and adverts!
In one was a way of none destructive modifications to images – making a misty morning look better, that sort of thing, but once I got into it I discovered there were lots of extreme changes and what started out as a nice river scene and a few daffies turned into this!
Just a single image of the reeds on the Tamar!