Tag Archives: Personal Project

I’m excited about this year’s ClickinWalk here in Abu Dhabi next weekend… It feels like pure indulgence to hang out with fellow Photogs, take photos and chat together about our favourite pastime and share.  So what’s it all about…? ClickinWalk is an opportunity for photographers who may know one another in the virtual world to come […]

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Another in my series celebrating Summer 2015… During the holidays, I love my RaFa to embrace the ethos of ‘childhood unplugged’. It’s an indulgent time to fuel their imaginations, feel their roots, explore & sense freedom, re-connect with their English family and experience English life. I wonder at their imaginations and can’t resist grabbing my camera to quietly […]

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Continuing my series celebrating Summer 2015, here is something a little different to illustrate the fabric of this house – my English childhood home… I can’t express how fantastic it is to have the indulgence of time to explore other sides of my photography personality.  I’ve mentioned before that I am so blessed that I am able to […]

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Continuing my series on Summer, here are some more family memories… A burst of colour from our trip to the Stratford-upon-Avon Butterfly Farm. As my regular readers might already know, my RaFa thrive at this city haven – it’s honestly one of their favourite places.  As ever, it’s always a wonderful time to savour Nature’s tropical colours with […]

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I’ve talked before about my love of photography starting at a very early age. So young, I really can’t remember a time that it wasn’t part of my life. The flame was ignited with my Dad’s camera; I just never got over the endless fascination of being able to freeze a moment in time and hold […]

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I’ve talked before about the joys of our Summer holidays! Escaping to the cooler climbs of England once school is out – and staying in my original childhood home with its garden joys. It is an amazing family time – especially for my RaFa – and whenever I had the chance I relished grabbing my trusty […]

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Ahh… Summer holidays! We were so lucky to escape to the (certainly) cooler climbs of England once school was out – and even luckier that we get to stay in my original childhood home with Mum. It’s amazing family time – especially for my RaFa – and whenever I had the chance I relished grabbing my trusty […]

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Qasr Al Hosn is the oldest building in Abu Dhabi – the former home of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan. The interior courtyard is a haven of tranquility in traditional Arab style, in marked contrast with the glass and concrete of the modern city beyond its walls. The original form was built […]

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