I see interesting patterns everywhere – even dull concrete can be an inspiration. I love the fact that nature always prevails and plants push their way through solid concrete just to reach the light. Cracks form under foot too for no reason other than decay and old age.
Kinghorn beach is mostly made up of the standard dark yellow sand, but we do get whole swathes of black sand as well that form intricate patterns on the beach when the tide goes out. At first light or at dusk you get amazing shadows that highlight the undilations and patterns formed by the shifting […]
I started a Pinterest board at the beginning of this year to store all the iamges and tutorials I came across with regards to making lockets. I add to it almost every other day.
I’m getting back into making bread and have been baking a loaf pretty much every day or every other day for the past few weeks. I’ve developed a sourdough starter and have been feeding it daily and it’s producing some great results. It’s a slow proving processin a cold house, so I mostly bake in […]
I walk past these walls everyday when I take the dog down to the beach and I love the patterns of lichen all over them. I’ve got a hundred better photos of lichen, but just wanted to post up some quick phone snaps today to remind myself to print some off and add them to […]
There’s so much about the sea that I find amazing and inspiring and uplifting. I live on a cliff and it’s hard to ignore the force of the water that ebbs and flows below. Sometimes it’s so loud that we feel like we live right next to a motorway.
I don’t normally go for mainstream pop but there’s something about this song that struck a chord – no pun intended. I heard in on the radio when I was driving home one sunny morning with Milo in the back and had no idea who was singing it. I just really liked it instantly. Very […]
Whilst working in my studio last week I rediscovered The Waterboys and have been playing their songs over and over ever since. There’s something very homely about their music and it really give me a sense of place if you know what I mean.
As this song came on the stereo this morning it took me back to the moment I found out I was pregnant with Milo. I remember being in the car driving and it came on the radio and I’d never heard it before and thought it was amazing.
I saw this image today and had to post it up for Motivational Monday. It’s a great way to evaluate your life, or even just your day – or maybe if you only have half an hour! Think about it – what would you do?