Praying for a white winter…

I go to sleep alone, and wake up alone. I take walks. I work until I’m tired.

I watch the wind play with the trash that’s been under the snow all winter.

Everything seems simple until you think about it.

Why is love intensified by absence?

The Time Traveler’s Wife – Audrey Niffenegger.

I was asked by one of the editors at WordPress to participate in a round table article for The ‘Photography 101’ series on The Daily Post.  You can read this article here. Part one is photographers discussing our workflow, part two is coming early December. I will share the link once it has been published. In the meantime I am praying for some good snowfall in the Lakes like the winter of 2010…



Snowy Grasmere…

I have been very busy this week like most people getting preparations under way for Christmas this weekend.  I am finally up to date and ready to sit back and enjoy the lead into Christmas Day.  I have my annual two-week break to look forward to, spending time with my family, crafting and hopefully getting out into the Lakes with my camera – I find going out to take photographs very relaxing.   I shot this lovely snow scene last December,  just behind Grasmere – I love the bend in the stone wall..