This runs the risk of being one of those trite, over-used phrases if not handled with care. So I’m going to treat this subject with kid gloves I promise. Why? Because I genuinely believe there is good to be found in the bad. However difficult that is to hear.
I used to think grief was simply to do with death. It’s not; it’s to do with loss. And loss is so often hard to articulate. Just now we’re all grieving, personally as well as collectively, for so much lost stuff.
I’ve had to learn patience over the last few months in a whole new way. There’s been nothing else for it. And I’ve also had to learn that not all of the juggling was necessarily a good thing. I might have thought it was, and even slightly prided myself on it, but now looking back I’m not sure that pride was justified.
Why? Because juggling requires constant motion and it doesn’t build in enough time for rest or slowing down.
The unknown is hard. Fact. It’s crazy to think that two or three months ago the word coronavirus meant nothing to most of us. Now it’s creating fear in us, […]
Cancer. The word you never want to hear. At least not in relation to yourself, or someone you love. The first time the word was applied to me was as I was introduced to my breast cancer nurse in July of this year.
If you’re looking for the perfect gift for a someone special then really what’s better than a family photograph? Because that’s the kind of stuff that lasts.
A whole 365 days have come and gone since Black Friday 2017 hit our inboxes, wallets and high-streets… An estimated £10 billion was spent in the UK across Black Friday […]
And in the blink of an eye, seven years have passed… today marked a significant day in the lives of Alie, Sarah and I. Our eldest children both left their primary schools for the last time. Gulp.
We are passionate about photography for so many different reasons. But above all it’s because photographs matter. And by that I mean the printed ones. Not the ones that are […]