Photographic Essay: February
This month has been really really strange. In one way it's been exciting and inspiring but simultaneously it's been heartbreaking and soul destroying. As the months flash by so quickly I am amazed at the range of emotions and events that take place in a 28 period.
I bought myself a fish eye lens for my camera, and I've been having so much fun with it. I realise that so many photos taken with this lens can be samey; but I'm enjoying photographing my kittens and making them look like rats.
I want to take this moment to thank each and every one of you that visits this space, that shares or comments. It means so much to me, and I'm forever indebted to those of you that come back for more.
When I'm feeling low it's great to see a comment saying you know what I'm getting at, that you get it. I like to count you as friends, internet ones but maybe real life friends too; one day at least. There aren't any adequate words to express my appreciation, but please know that I am so so grateful.
There isn't that much more to share with you, The Lights Are On...Tour is at Craftavists on Kings Road, if you're in St Leonards feel free to pop in, see it and do please let me know what you think.
Papergirl Hastings is gaining traction and I'm excited to start putting the exhibition together. If you're quick and in the UK there might still be some time to submit, so please do.