I occasionally search desultorily for some of my childhood memories in one form or another. A search for mentions of my ‘dame school’ in Bukuru, Nigeria, threw up a surprise result today, in the form of a book written by … Continue reading
And an even more belated post. I can’t blame the art summer school (August), daughter’s wedding (end of September), various forays into printing and a flurry of bookmaking for my first ever demo (November) or even the post-election depression and … Continue reading
There seems to be a seasonal colour theme going on in the garden today… Montage of a few phone snaps. I do feel a bit guilty at robbing the poor embarrassed moai of their dignity with the pansy hats!
Playing with phoneography…
Well, that’s embarrassing. 1st March already and my first post of 2017… Ashamed of myself! Here are a few suitably random pics just to show that I haven’t hibernated the whole time since I last posted!
Earlier this week our photographic group of four took a photo-trip to London, combining this with taking a look at the exhibition Strength for Life at St Martin-in-the-Fields as Pam, one of our number, had a winning portrait on show. … Continue reading
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Well, that took me by surprise. It’s almost the end of January and I’ve not even wished you well for the New(ish) Year…. It’s been rather a downbeat start. We cancelled a visit to friends for New Year’s Eve as … Continue reading
Our mercy mission the other day saw us taking an impromptu wander around the delightful Cotswold village of Painswick which happened to be holding its Artburst festival. Part of this took place in the Painswick Centre, an impressive facility for … Continue reading
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I’ve had a couple of brief sessions making myself twiddle buttons I don’t normally fiddle with and try out a few things on the camera. Some interesting faux reflections in pictures from Clive Haynes and Malcolm Addison in our camera club … Continue reading