Time Flies


It’s been some time since I last made a post on here. I have been busy with life, some good, some not so good.

Whatever happens, some things remain the same, including the sky!

But this post isn’t about the sky and clouds, it’s about what has happened to get us to this point. I’m not going to pretend I have been flat out busy over the last couple of years with work, but in a way it’s been refreshing to have some more time on my hands.

I have had more space in my brain to think about more things and also think about things a little differently.

We always seem to wish for things we don’t have when what we have is already pretty good! (for the most part anyway…)

The sky has my heart (mot as much as Harry) and I will always post these pics be that regularly or otherwise. I can’t say for certain that my posts here will be regular, but I can say they might be a little different to what has been.

This stunning glass sculpture is called ‘Rhubarb’ and was made by a very talented artist Isabelle Wittock Merenne. I photographed this recently at my friend’s home.

Here’s to looking and doing things a bit differently…

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As usual


Life has moved on since I last posted here. Changing and flexing, we carry on with what we need to, but things don’t look the same as they did. Maybe they never will, maybe they never did, maybe they are gone for the good of us all. Whatever has happened, and whatever does happen, we can depend on the sky… as usual, it’s there and always presenting itself with it’s own set of ever changing beauty.

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Well, who would have thought something we can’t even see could stop the world so successfully! I love it and also don’t love it. Miss Harry loves it unquestionably! Longer walks and more of them, new places to freely walk without loads of people… We took a walk around the harbour the other morning. In her 11 years, this picture has never before been a possibilty.

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Happy Birthday Harry!

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Work and some other things have been keeping me busy, so I have been a little slow posting this one. Harry is my dog and who this blog is named after. My beautiful bestie turned 10 on June 5th. This pic was taken on her Birthday on our afternoon walk. She just sat down and waited for me to take the pic, like she knew… she probably did.

Love this girl!

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Autumn Mornings

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As the temperatures cool, the light softens too. Beautiful soft sunrises and and let’s not forget the sunsets, and although getting out of bed is a little more difficult with the cooler weather, here’s a sample of what’s waiting when we do.

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At the Beach


Gum trees at the beach edge, so Australian, and so peaceful. This is at twilight as the temperature cools and the silence comes, leaving only the sound of the water gently flowing nearby.

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Following my exhibition, I have been a bit slow to pick up my camera again and start taking more pics for my personal work, but, love is a funny thing and constantly draws you back in. I walked outside today, 10:30am and saw this…

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Adventure, blue skies, Clouds, cloudy skies, colour, Interiors, Life, Personal Work, seagulls, Uncategorized, what harry saw

It’s amazing what happens when you surrender and concentrate on what you want. Things are starting to pan out so well for my images for my exhibition. I won’t be using this one, or any of the ones i post up here, but it’s all work towards the final images. October 28th is moving closer…

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One Step at a Time

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With so many files to work with, it’s nice to be able to play around and work on them and see how many steps I have made between the first files I shot and now. I love these colours, they are inviting and peaceful.

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