Another local adventure with my camera, this time venturing to La Fosse Arthour! Continue reading Snapshots #23: La Fosse Arthour
Normandy is known for being pretty flat. Lower Normandy is known for this in particular. There are of course hills and miles of fields, but the general topography is pretty flat. Why am I telling you this? It happens that I live near two of the only waterfalls in Normandy! These two waterfalls are aptly named, Little and Big Waterfall (Petite et Grande Cascade) and … Continue reading Snapshot #22: La Petite Cascade Mortain
Now that restrictions have started to wane and normality is starting to return to Europe, I took the opportunity to take my new car out on the road and drive down to the friend’s place in Burgundy. I’ve been familiarising myself with the local towns and places around me here in Normandy and have become quite used to the flat landscape, deep lush greens of … Continue reading 5 Days in Bourgogne
Since my long review last year I have definitely gone on to read more books and my count for 2020 is well over 30 now and well I’d like to share some of the smaller authors on separate posts. (Please go check them out on social media!) *** The Thriller genre is usually characterised and defined by the emotions they elicit, giving viewers heightened feelings … Continue reading Book Review: Midnight Vigilante
Adobe products can be intimidating, but fear not, I have curated a super easy guide on the basics of lightroom so you don’t have to struggle anymore! Continue reading Photo Editing Fundamentals (with LightRoom)
Welcome back to #traveltuesday, with me your host Briony-Molly. All jokes aside, being a local tourist has really made me value the part of France I live in. I am sharing with you the highs and lows the best and the better places in Normandy. Today’s post we are looking at one of my favourite spots year-round – Domfront. *** A Brief History … Continue reading The Amazing History of Domfront
Normally I do not mix work with politics, but living in Normandy means I am surrounded by history from ancient to modern, and it would be wrong of me to not share! So today’s post may get a bit political and topical so please remember the opinions viewed are my own and all facts will have sources and references at the end of the post! … Continue reading D-Day: Why Do We Remember?
Bruges has been a popular spot in my holiday history, and this is why… Continue reading 5 Reasons You Should Visit Bruges
Plants are so good for you, the environment, your soul, and your wellbeing. This may just be me being an avid plant mother, or it’s the spores slowly taking over my brain… Anyway, why have just plants in pots when you can trap them in a jar and watch them create their own ecosystem? What is a terrarium? a terrarium is a collection of plants … Continue reading How to Make a Terrarium!
Before I even begin, what are the main questions I am asked about portrait photography?: What makes a good portrait? What settings are best? How do I compose a portrait? What makes a good portrait? The photo captures your subject(s) in a flattering way. The subject(s) is the main part of the photo Your subject(s) LOVE the photo Lighting The background doesn’t distract from the … Continue reading Photography Tips #19: Portraits