Continue reading “Cheap and Cheerful”
Second hand clothing may be cheap but my self-worth is now priceless.
Continue reading “A Banana of a Journey”
How can I un-taste what my tongue has sampled … and enjoyed?
It’s the seagulls that alert me. When there’s a swarm of them close to shore, I know what’s arriving in my home port in Lyttelton, New Zealand. They fight and cackle and I stand at my window watching fishermen off load their catch …
… or I used to.
Continue reading “Seeds of Change”
This virus has turned the world upside down.
I’m hoping, in time, we’ll be able to blame it for some really positive sustainable and environmental changes.
Continue reading “Foraging for Compost”
Growing a garden requires planning for a future by responding to the conditions of the present.
The establishment of a flourishing garden in an enormous clay pit, with NO ability to sustain plant life, seemed preposterous.
The individuals I photograph on my travels don’t benefit from my presence, not in an immediate sense anyway. In fact, there’s potential for harm to them if I damage their landscape or use my images inappropriately.