Just a little observation. This is the path from the Cemetery in Mere down towards the Meads. I’ve walked it for the last 40 years (I’m not going into detail because it’ll involve soft pitch between toes, John Player Blue, fishing, bottles of cider and missing wellie boots, oh, and scary cows!) It’s only just struck me tonight looking at this image I got last night… Why, when paving a path across a field from point A to point B did they decide to put a kink in it?
It’s not often we get “interesting” weather in these parts but I can safely say that March, 2018 has been…. Interesting.
And apparently we’re in for a white Easter… That’s going to bugger it up for the bunnies!
Even though the weather was horrible we had a fair number of people through the door and I’ve also sold 2 images. It’s so great, as always, to get real, natural engagement to my work.
Tucked away in it’s nice little baggy away from harm?
No chance! If it’s going to bugger up then let it bugger up doing what it should be doing.
Now, if you’ll excuse me I’ve got to find a couple of bags of rice!
Ok, this is on my 35 x 8.57142857 (my 300mm lens) but sometimes you just need to break the rules.
I have neglected you… The countdown fizzled out on here but kept going in the real world and I am now 4 days into my first little exhibition and it’s been amazing. My images have been so well received and all feedback has been extremely positive. I think this could possibly one of the best things I’ve ever done…
And it’s now *Little Green Man season in Wiltshire too… Good days!
I think I’m going to do a bigger post closer to the end of the week with details and pics and I might have a spin around and get some shots of the other participants… There’s 330 of us. If you fancy a ganders at what we’re up to have a look at the Wylye Valley Art Trail website.
And if you’re local, pop along. It would be great to see you. If you’re not local, still pop along, it’s well worth the visit and this part of the world is looking gorgeous at the moment.
*Artists with planks and grumpy farmers Season
The world provides the drama. Just sit back and enjoy.
Seven days to go!
Days like today make me glad that I’ve learnt what I’ve learnt over the last 18 months.And I didn’t get wet once… ;o)
This place is less than five minutes from my bed, atop a bloody gert big hill I might add so my goal over the next few months is to get up there every morning and up my fitness level and lower my blood pressure… And the view always helps alleviate the puffing and panting!