I'm not very good at blogging!
I never got round to posting about our joint exhibition at Inspire - a wonderful gift shop and gallery on New Street in Lancaster! However the other 2 pictures are more topical: they are currently on display in the window - to tie in with Lancaster's Festa Italia.
It wasn't until I was reviewing images that I'd taken of The Dream that I realised the cloud formation looked like a "thought bubble" - unfortunately I didn't have a photograph of the pit head gear that used to stand on this site, so I used one from Ashington, Northumberland.
Whilst our younger daughter lived in Lincoln, I had walked past Empowerment many times, but the sun never caught it at the right angle (or wasn't shining at all). It wasn't until judging at a local camera club where someone had entered a picture with the sun really emphasising the lines on the lower figure that I realised I'd just never walked past at the right time! I took it at an angle so as not to include nearby buildings - and presented it with the statues at the angle they really are (more or less).
It's not often that I have so many images displayed in different exhibitions - click on the thumbnails to find out which location is displaying which picture. The four locations are:
Where does time go? It was when reading a friend's blog that I realised I hadn't updated my blog since March! Since when I've sold photographs at 4 craft fairs (at the fantastic Vintage Festival in Morecambe and at 3 events organised by the Bay Craft Collective at Heysham Heritage Centre).
There have also been 3 more Kindle book, walk descriptions - and an additional one only available from the website.
I've also had picture displayed at Morecambe Artist Colony's Members Exhibition and taken part in a group exhibition at Carnforth Station Heritage Centre (with Johnny Bean and R Simon Dalton).
Johnny , Simon & I have joined together again to give these photographs another outing - but as the exhibition space is larger than the Dukes, we have added some new/different image. Sadly this could well be the last exhibition in this venue, as it is due to cloe at the end of 2016.