Laid bare I reach for curling green leaves, damp and unfurling in my tenuous grip. Life’s detritus blankets my toes as I dig deep and lose myself in sensory delights of smell and touch and sounds so small that I begin to feel again.
My friend Sharon Scobbie was preparing a temporary installation in woods, and she asked to take some pictures of her beautiful work. I always enjoy doing such things, I am happy I can help, and it’s just fun. More about this fascinating project and preparation you can find on her blog https://shaz2009blog.wordpress.com/2017/10/06/practical-and-practicality-a-developing-project/ She did all
The large white paper ball from one of my previous projects is continuing next journey into the exploration of isolation and the inner state of mind. Thanks Lar https://larmacgregor.wordpress.com who was in the role of model for these images!
Maybe the weather seems a little bit gloomy but my heart is filled with happiness. I was working this morning at the Forestry School , preparing for tomorrow’s photo session and I felt so uplifted because the colours everywhere are just amazing! And it was quiet and the fresh air…. I had so much
We live in the world where negativity is advertised on news, where violence is marching waving fists, where stupidity and shallowness can be normalised, but ethics, love and simply understanding is out of fashion and often forgotten. Today it’s important to speak love, see love, show love more than ever. Am I naive because I
Recently I bought a new Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM Lens. I used to have the same lens before but because I went through a ”I don’t want to do photography anymore” crisis in my life, I sold it. And I deeply regretted this decision for long time because it is not a cheap lens.
This summer I spent 4 weeks in Latvia with my family. We stayed in our hometown, Salacgrīva. It is a quiet and beautiful town near the Baltic sea. We had no internet and no TV. We lived in beautiful simplicity enjoying lunches and dinners outside, having a lot of fun together. I wanted to share
My friend Sharon (visit her blog ) is known for her yarnbombing projects. She yarnbombed car at Dicksons car centre and a bicycle and furniture for displaying at Newstart shop’s window. Almost always I see her hands busy- either knitting or crocheting something, or stabbing wool (needle felting) 😀 . One day we had a conversation about
In our modern society we are attached to technologies and we rely too much on them. We are like this Telly Baby, attached with umbilical cord to it’s mother, where is comfort and happiness. “Telly Baby” model: Michelle Coyne-Taylor props: made by me and found on the street location: Inverness College Big