The themed packs of square cards have been popular whenever I’ve taken part in Open Studio events, so I’m adding a new set to the range – six images of herons. The East Neuk has quite a few herons that spread out along its shores, and these photos were all taken along the stretch of […]

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new stuff …

I’m working on a couple of new collections of images, and since I’m replenishing my prints and cards for the second ENOS weekend, I decided to include the first examples of each. The first theme is megalithic … These standing stones are at Callanish in the Western Isles. The light that day was very much

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A new series of prints and cards for the East Neuk Open Studios weekends: Dramatic skyscapes – some richly coloured, others dark and broody; some with shafts of light piercing the clouds, others a mixture of colour and shadow. The designs below are all available as glossy photos mounted on cards sized 105 x 210

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This post is about a work in progress – the starting point for new designs. I have a rough idea where it’s heading, but there may be more than one path to explore. 🙂 Mostly I try to make my photographs look natural. That’s not always a straightforward matter of clicking and printing. Cameras nowadays

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Well, that was a busy weekend … thank you, everyone who dropped in to the Open House to view my prints and cards – which was over two hundred and seventy people, looking at and chatting with me about the large canvas prints on display, as well as the smaller mounted prints and cards that were

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St Monans Arts Festival

My kitchen will once again become a gallery for the local Community Arts Festival on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th September – so please drop in to check out my photographs and images. In addition to the new cards and prints that were prepared for the East Neuk Open Studios in July, there will be

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Tern Time

A new set of cards is now available featuring terns in flight. The images are from photographs taken on the Isle of May where the birds nest around the landing area and the visitor centre – and are very keen to make sure that visitors stay well away from their nests. If visiting the island in

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