Category Archives: Photography

Summer Traffic Jams and more sweet babes

Here’s another picture up on Artfinder! This was created during the Patti Mollica colour course. Click to view more info.

I went for a walk with one of my bestfriends last week and we took some pictures of her sweet boy. It is so hard to shoot in the forest, I forget how difficult it is to manage the light. Here are some of my faves.

It must be the season for mushrooms – we saw lots of them and I took a few pictures. I’ll have to go back when the leaves have turned and started falling, it was still very green!

All things pink: New Babies and Blossom Paintings

I recently had the privilege of photographing a good friend’s newborn – she is absolutely gorgeous and I wanted to try and create some traditional newborn shots with cuddly toys and soft blankets. I have shared some of my favourite photos in this gallery. Here is sweet Sophia:

I have also added a recent piece to Artfinder and the painting gallery. This was a lovely, whimsical painting of cherry blossom. I wanted to create a serene, soft atmosphere and it’s a relatively large canvas for me. This could be a real statement in the right spot!

New Photos and Purple Grapes Added to Artfinder

Hello again! At the end of August I went to Scotland, to travel around the east coastal roads. I had a spectacular time and took tons of photos. I’m yet to post my DSLR images online, but I have uploaded some of my favourite iPhone photos.

Edinburgh

I have some images from 2017 – 2018 that I have neglected to add here – so there some other updates in the galleries, like this glorious wild horse in the New Forest sunset.

Wild Horse in the New Forest
Wild Horse in the New Forest
Corn Fields at Dusk
Corn Fields at Dusk

I have added another painting for sale to the Artfinder shop – Purple Grapes. I’ll be adding more over the next few weeks, so keep your eyes peeled.

Holmsley Tearooms – I’ve been busy…

I’ve been busy… here are some photos I took at the Station House Tearooms in Holmsley. The delicious food features in the pictures, with lots of traditional British dishes, and of course, cream tea – what else does one come to a tearoom for! The tearoom building itself is rather interesting, as it’s set in an original station house. The building has been reconstructed and well-maintained over the years. You can see how similar the building remains, looking at the memorabilia in the foyer and on the walls in the dining area. The tracks can be found a short stroll across the road. It’s a good base for cyclists and walkers as many of the routes connect to the trails surrounding the area.

Go visit Station House Holmsley