Sunsets can not be guaranteed

I’ve just had an unusual weekend.  I live in Warwickshire and went to East London to do a bookbinding course on Saturday.  This was the last in the series of ‘Introduction to Bookbinding’ at London Centre of Book Arts – more of this another time. Saturday was a long day, so obviously I should drive for 6 hours on Sunday!  I wanted some coast therapy and all UK coasts are

Whatever the weather!

When you are taking a short break up to Scotland you can’t let the weather get the better of you!  It seems like the theme of this short break was definitely water in its many geographical features. As it doesn’t say in the song – I’ll start at the end! Grey Mare’s Tail and Loch Skeen I’ve always liked waterfalls and found that I was staying very close to Grey

Always have a camera in your bag

It seems that my choice of bag I take out each day is dependant on which camera I’m taking out not what I’m wearing! Today I set off to Bucks Open Studios to see a group of artists and their wares.  As I was walking out of the door I thought I’ll put my Fuji X100T camera in my bag just in case I went somewhere else or spotted a

Decisions and Doing New Things

Having my own camera is very liberating.  I could choose a camera that just needed to meet my requirements so no compromises, and make decisions that would just affect me.  So I chose my Fujifilm camera, X-T1, the lenses and accessories for me.  The bag I chose to keep my kit in is a Billingham Hadley Pro, it’s the right size for me and the handle on the top was

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