Spring has sprung and I am running workshops, writing and now on the back of having photographed a rather large nuptual gathering!
The weather has been so up and down. it happens and we deal with it. After all It is the lakes and we have to take what it gives. Teasing us with a glimpse of sunlight then dowsing us to remind us that we cant have it all our own way.
I love it!
Whilst my publication work is currently quite, there is a lot going on in the background. One of my images is in the current edition of 'The Great Outdoors' taken across Birker Fell towards Slightside. I have several magazine articles submitted ready for mid year publication and a number of commissions to now begin working on to see me through till the end of 2016.
It is always a pleasure to be asked to talk to Societies. Not only are they a pleasure to deliver butI receive many follow ups to run workshops which I am grateful for. It is an honour to be asked to critique competitions for them too. The folk are always so welcoming and it is very humbling.
I am currently processing wedding images from a delightful but soggy day over in Lorton a week ago and I hope to have them sent over to Australia to the Bride and Groom by the end of the week. It was a pleasure to do and nice to be entrusted with a huge international gathering. Lovely people!
Those wonderful people at Lee have sent me a few new filters to work with and I will post some images from those soon.
Next week I am over to Skelwith Bridge and the Langdales for a couple of workshops and one in particular is in support of the Bladder cancer campaign where I donated a days workshop as a days prize to raise funds for a very worthy cause. Any help you can give will be gratefully received. I hope you don't mind me asking but I know someone who is currently fighting this and anything we can do no matter how small will contribute towards ridding the world of this awful blight.
You can forward any donations via this link http://fightbladdercancer.co.uk/
Sometimes we don't know how lucky we are.
Any help you can give will be gratefully received. I hope you don't mind me asking but I know someone who is currently fighting this and anything we can do no matter how small will contribute towards ridding the world of this awful blight.
Thanks in anticipation.