A challenge for all outside photographers: Photography in the rain.
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I’ve always wanted to do more fun blog challenges – this time make it photography based!
Free Jumping Your Horse
I love jumping and I would love it if my horses did too, so I make sure to allow them as much fun with Free Jumping Your Horse as possible! If you missed my last horsey post – click here! Trot Poles Are Not Scary! Allow your horse to investigate and discover poles and jumpContinue reading “Free Jumping Your Horse”
Why Visit La Fosse Arthour?
August has flown by. Plenty of warm days for adventures in the local area. This week I visited a local magical point of interest, but why should you Visit La Fosse Arthour? Activities To say I am obsessed with where I live is an understatement. There is so much variety in terms of landscape, wildlife,Continue reading “Why Visit La Fosse Arthour?”
Photoshoot with Tonia
Fewer posts mean I have been incredibly busy! If you missed the last snapshot post of my time in Northumberland, check it out here, if you have, scroll down and enjoy some of my favourite snapshots from my photoshoot with Tonia! Natural light photoshoots are arguably my favourite type of shoot. Not only due toContinue reading “Photoshoot with Tonia”
Thrifting in Normandy: A Weekend Haul
What goes on behind the scenes of an online vintage store? Let me show you! SO after my post about brocantes in France, I wanted to share my latest vintage finds that will be going on my etsy store very soon! Vide Grenier Season Vide Grenier Season is in full swing. By this, I meanContinue reading “Thrifting in Normandy: A Weekend Haul”
The Shetland Isles in 4 days
It honestly feels like an eternity since I have been on a plane, train or ferry, but thanks to this little trip I ticked off all three! It has also been an eternity since I last left Normandy, so a travel blog post is incoming… Be sure to catch up with my latest travel postsContinue reading “The Shetland Isles in 4 days”
The Must Have Sunset Preset
Landscape photography is pretty much my go-to at the moment. But somehow I always seem to miss the sunset when I have my camera! It doesn’t help that sunset falls past 21:00 here for sure, so I decided to create an art filter to make my landscapes a little more like summer evenings.
February 2022 in Books
February may be the shortest month, but that does not mean I am short on my reading list! This month I have been able to have some great reading opportunities that of course, I will be sharing with you below. Onto my February 2022 in Books. My to-read list has grown exponentially, thank you forContinue reading “February 2022 in Books”
January 2022 in Books
Looking at the rundown of my 2021 in books, the main genres were Murder Mystery and Historical Fiction. This year I would like to break out of that trend, if you have any suggestions then please comment below!
One Photo Edited 5 Ways
Just a little post to stretch the fingers and creative mind….
It’s the start of Foal Season. This means cute photos of foals. Stay tuned for all my upcoming albums! Foals are so much fun to take pictures of as they are both energetic and curious. Spending time playing with these youngsters, and taking pictures is a joy. The foals here are all KWPN jumpers, lookingContinue reading “Foal Season”
The Importance of Colour Harmony
Elegance, style and balance. When looking at a well-designed piece, whether it is a logo, a website or a painting, it is all about the colours. In designing, picking colours for a piece is not necessarily just about what the designer thinks looks good. Countless amounts of research have shown that people are affected byContinue reading “The Importance of Colour Harmony”
Photography Tips #16: 7 Easy Rules of Composition
It’s been a while since I’ve written about photography and it is still one of the biggest parts of my life… so here are some of the things I have learnt over the past 8 years. *** Photography composition takes a beautiful photo and makes it great. It also makes you slow down the snappingContinue reading “Photography Tips #16: 7 Easy Rules of Composition”
Normal Canadian Things I Find Weird #3
And so the saga continues. After being introduced to various aspects of coffee in Europe, see back to my Café and the Continent Post, I thought it may be good to share my thoughts on the Canada Coffee culture as its certainly…. different. *** Normal Canadian Things I Find Weird #3 Canadian Coffee Culture Ordering CoffeeContinue reading “Normal Canadian Things I Find Weird #3”
2 Months of Canadiana Living
To be truthful it’s been very hard to put into words the transition of Europe to North America, so apologies for the delay, and enjoy this rambling read… As a Brit moving to Canada didn’t seem that much of a move from the U.K. Oh how I was proven wrong. Of course the normal things ofContinue reading “2 Months of Canadiana Living”
Framing a Day
How do you frame what is important in a day, a week, or a month? I’ve challenged myself with an a5 frame to focus on the things that need to be in focus rather than focusing on the frame. An experiment of Framing a Day. Dancing around London in bare feet after acquiring blisters onContinue reading “Framing a Day”
Snapshots #12: Welsh Riviera
I love and hate having friends across the world, some closer to home than others, but always there to visit and talk to. North Wales is no exception to this rule, seeing as recently I’ve almost hopped over the border to England. This trip took me right onto the North Coast to Rhyl and Llandudno.Continue reading “Snapshots #12: Welsh Riviera”
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