In response to a comment from Dan James on my last meadow images, who mentioned a Monet-like effect from some experimental shots he took, this image flagged in my memory as one that I had taken that had the feel of his impressionist style. I had remembered posting it before but it turns out that … Continue reading Monet-like?
The fields on the clifftops are no more or less productive than the inland ones, they just have a more spectacular background and there is always a cooling breeze running through the grasses and the crops. Clifftop Meadow Clifftop Wheat Field Both of theses images are now available on the Redbubble store, which I have … Continue reading Two Clifftop Views
There are people shuddering now. I can almost see the winces as yet another trendy and newish phrase is used and, by it's use, strengthening its case for inveigling its way officially into the English dictionaries. Sorry about that. But of course, the English language has been doing this for centuries, so I'm allowing myself … Continue reading A side-hustle
Do visitors to my blog need to know what goes on to produce the image that I put on here? Generally, I've avoided it. There's deliberately not any file info on my images here apart from its actual file name normally (and I'm not even very good at organising that). To me it's just not … Continue reading Technical Stuff
When I went out yesterday it was a little cloudy but bright. As I got to the beginning of the track that leads out to the coast path, where the view over the ocean opens out, I could see that there was a weather front just threatening to travel up the Bristol Channel and perhaps … Continue reading Rusey Cliffs and Lundy
I mentioned visits to both Port Isaac and the Lost Gardens of Heligan on my Thursday Doors post a few days ago, saying that both are really popular these days (and a visit to a garden was not really about doors). Port Isaac is a famed fishing village on the north coast, while Heligan is … Continue reading Port Isaac and Heligan
I logged in to my Twitter account this morning to find a lovely tweet from Lucy, super-talented creator behind the Silence Killed the Dinosaurs blog. This was a surprise because I normally get an email from Redbubble when I make a print sale and I hadn't seen this one. Then I remembered that Lucy also … Continue reading Surprise