After all the excitement of Surrey Artists Open Studios and my talk at Patchings Festival last weekend, it’s been good to get back to the normal business of fulfilling print orders, organising workshops and, last but most definitely not least, a couple of much-needed coastal trips. The light wasn’t especially awesome this week, certainly nothing as dramatic as I had on my last trip before Open Studios (above) but, as I said at my talk on Sunday, even if you come home with nothing very special on your memory card, a day by the sea is never wasted. Psychological batteries recharged.
Below are a couple of pictures of our studio in action.
Superb Rachel! Couldn’t agree with your sentiments more, a day by the sea is never wasted! 🙂
Thank you. I thought you might agree. 🙂
“I go to nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put in order.” – John Burroughs
I remember sitting on the North Cliffs near Godrevy one morning waiting for sunrise. I was so lost in the peacefulness and surroundings that I almost forgot to take photographs. I did come away with some images, but they were secondary to the ‘psychological recharge’. 🙂
I was very disappointed to miss your Patchings Festival talk Rachael. Unfortunately something else cropped up. 😦
Thanks, Gary. Apparently, it went rather well and they will want me again. So there will be other opportunities. 🙂
Wow! That shot is spectacular. Love it.
Thank you very much! Lovely comment. 🙂