June and July have been solid work, pushing to get our home and gardens clear of overgrown woodland, brambles, piles of unwanted packaging from our moves and painting all our buildings and new fences from a huge array of pots left by my father from his garage. We are now left with an off assortment… Continue reading At the bottom of our garden
Tony and I decided to take a road trip around Europe, in an attempt to see as many cities as we could over a almost four weeks. Everyone thought we were mad taking my old car, but it seemed the simplest way to see the countries we passed through. One of the difficulties of making… Continue reading A European Cheese tour
Its what hits you side on that takes you by surprise – they say. The train arrives faster than you had allowed and you thought you had enough engine power to get across the line. But you don’t. You have driven over this route so many times, you know the risks, you have assessed, put… Continue reading Always have a Plan B
The world is full of a cornucopia of blogs, lifestyle photographers, craft projects, entrepreneurs and travellers. It is hard on the very best of days to promote your businesses, to show case your work and find a voice to say how great your products are, that you adore what you do and would move heaven… Continue reading A voice – a journey.
Tony has been working diligently over the last few weeks re-working Ion Conifer Syrups website. He has done a great job bringing the woody shades of the conifers, mountains and land into the site. We both put a huge amount of work into this business, web work, photography, manufacturing, distribution, costing and account work. I… Continue reading Ion Conifer Syrups at work
I have never been a great fan of having my photo taken, but my husband over the last year has been sneaking a few and actually they are not as bad as I thought. So in this world of social networking, I wanted to say hello, this is me on location. The bee trucks are… Continue reading My local countryside
When the weather is not being nice or the wind is being just a little too boisterous, I turn to food photography to cheer the day. I am new to this genre and finding my feet. Food photography is not easy. There are choices to be made – dark and moody, clinical white with clean… Continue reading Fun with Food