My favorite shots of 2017

A fellow photographer just posted his favorite shots of 2017 (Lee Aspland – check out his site!), and I thought it was a great idea, so here goes!   It was a good year for me, I had a succesful solo exhibition of mindful photography  at Portsmouth Cathedral.   During the prep for the show I upgraded my camera and had fun experimenting with my Fuji.    Although towards the end of the year I have had other priorities and don’t go out with my camera as often, I always have my phone with me 🙂

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Yellow triangle
14
Squashed
13
Sheets
12
Bubbles
11
Night
10
Bubbles 2
09
Arch
08
Silhouettes
07
Feather
06
Edge
05
Fog
04
Curve
03
Pebbles
02
Glass
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Choir practice
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No signal…

Wishing you all a very creative new year – for 2018, I am going to be working on mindful drawing… watch this space!

 

3 comments

  1. Hello Ailsa. Hope this message finds you well and painting like mad 🤪. I have just been admiring your series about the menopause and boy can I sympathise with that. Well done you for your art and words. Amazing!!!
    I fell in love with your photograph called ‘Pebbles’ and was wondering if if would be for sale and of course how much. Would love to hang it in my studio to remind me of your presence.
    It was a pleasure meeting you (again) and hope to see you fairly soon again. Big hug, Barbara

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    • Thank you Barbara! Lovely to hear from you and thank you for looking at my work. I am every excited about exhibiting the menopause work in two weeks time, I have been finishing off a large piece this weekend, it’s done and ready now! Sadly I haven’t painted yet, but I have tidied up and ordered some more paints and a brush so I’m ready 🙂

      I’m so glad you like that picture, it was taken at Eype, Dorset last September. I have just emailed the person who prints my work for me to get an up to date price – if I am sending it then print only would probably be the best option, they recommend not sending mounts as they can get damaged in the post – but I can quote you for that also if you want to risk it. Is 30x 40cm (picture size) ok?

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  2. Thank you Barbara! Lovely to hear from you and thank you for looking at my work. I am every excited about exhibiting the menopause work in two weeks time, I have been finishing off a large piece this weekend, it’s done and ready now! Sadly I haven’t painted yet, but I have tidied up and ordered some more paints and a brush so I’m ready 🙂

    I’m so glad you like that picture, it was taken at Eype, Dorset last September. I have just emailed the person who prints my work for me to get an up to date price – if I am sending it then print only would probably be the best option, they recommend not sending mounts as they can get damaged in the post – but I can quote you for that also if you want to risk it. Is 30x 40cm (picture size) ok?

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