I do know actually but at present I am all over the country running workshops and delivering talks. It is great fun and worthwhile meeting lovely people. At times it can be tiring but well worth it.
Always humbling to be asked to impart knowledge to folk. I find that a great honour to be asked.
After three days out on the fells with Andy, I dashed over the country to deliver my second talk ‘SAME VIEW DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE’ to DURHAM PS and so pleased they loved it. A warm and responsive group when I last visited and it was even better this time around. A pleasure to be asked back again straight after the talk.
On Sunday I drove over to Bingley in ‘that there Yorkshire’ to deliver my first talk in the trilogy, ‘A BIT OF A JOURNEY’ to the Yorkshire Monochrome Group. Again a great response and an immediate request to return. I will be delighted to do so.
Today sees me undertaking ‘office stuff’ and then its out for four days on the fells.
Last weeks workshop was great to run and Andy, experiencing all the weather that the tail end of the storm decided to chuck at us, got stuck in and the results of his work were outstanding.
It was challenging but he rose to it and delivered some fantastic photos.
Did I mention it gets wet and windy sometimes…..
A vote of thanks to Vicki Procter too who not only took a few snaps of us ‘at work’ but helped me out as I had to leave earlier on the last day to make Durham in time. Much appreciated and thanks to Andy for his understanding.
This week the forecast for the four day workshop is much more settled.