Everyday Inspiration for Everyday Delights

Finding inspiration in words - why I write.

Simply beyond the kitchen (2)

Third week of March and my third post for Becky's March Square challenge.

Simply beyond the kitchen (1)

This month I want to do two things: move beyond the kitchen, because its too easy to shoot the multitude of circular things in the kitchen and concentrate on simplicity in my shots, showcasing the shapes and subjects. Read more to see if I am doing what I said!

A 2018 feature series

This year, I want to be more focused on writing up my journey. Its a journey I've been on since 2014 and one I want to document in a more structured way. I am hoping to share my monthly themes along with my learning, successes and failures as I go along. A feature with 12 chapters.

Bonding and bingeing

I am blessed that he is still in the same town as me - for now. It means I can see him regularly.

Looking into the spaces

I look beyond the obvious and into the spaces to find my photograph opportunities. If I am attentive, I will see them. 

Square​ Sky – Altogether

Looking at the sky has become a morning ritual this month – a kind of mindfulness. The first thing I do when I wake up is look at the sky. At this stage of the month (the last week), I am looking for different viewpoints, frames and cloud formations.

Anticipation: an every day delight!

I love this extract from one of Gretchen Rubin's blog posts in 2007 about anticipation (and one of her more recent posts). "Pleasant anticipation is an important source of happiness; having something to look forward to makes you “feel good” and may also give an “atmosphere of growth” to your life, because the future seems bright. … Continue reading Anticipation: an every day delight!

Frame the future in blue

You have to be in it to win it!

Shadowy Sunday

A weekend away with the express purpose of relaxing and chilling - nothing planned and no schedules to keep to. The sun streams through the bedroom windows, telling me its a lovely day. The outdoors beckons. I venture outside with my camera.