When you’ve been dreaming, for years, of a way to tell stories with words and images, you need to follow the trail to where it leads. A new beginning, and an ending here.
The Thirty Minute Challenge
A photo walk and a creativity challenge: exploring a place 30 minutes from where you live, and haven't been before. Then see what happens next.
What's to be learned from watching the daffodils: a moment of golden, still.
Catching the Light
Driving home, and heeding the call of the light.
Panning for Gold
Morning after morning, the day breaks, and the sky cracks open, scattering gold.
On the Boat to Arran
The pure delight of a winter sailing to Arran.
Sharing photographs as an affirmation of what matters, a connecting point in a disconnected world.
What is lost, and found, in giving up the pursuit of crystal clear macro photography
Some thoughts on how to take macro photographs of wildflowers.
The things of this world draw us where we need to go. ~ Mary Rose O’Reilly. What is your eye drawn to?
Some thoughts on getting stuck with a creative practice (like writing poetry), and ways to notice beyond it, and around it.