I love how old things crumble. And doesn’t the salt air and coastal wind do it more gracefully than anything? The fading, cracking, peeling, rusting and crumbling down. The beautiful returning to earth. I love how it all suggests stories and brims with a life lived. How we lean in to things that sit in […]
Layer Mill, Essex Layer Mill was a little local treasure found in those many many days of the first lockdown. Back when the sun shone for so long surprised us and all but all we had to do with it was walk and walk. You turn off the “main road” (in very rural terms) of […]
Potters Hill, over Woolacombe Bay, North Devon at sunset. This actually happened on our summer trip to Devon with all of this other chaos on this post. But it was such a quiet and peaceful little moment away from all the noise and energy of the rest the trip it felt like it had set […]
Waving goodbye to Winter with some of the loveliest frosty mornings, I jumped out in my standard jim-jams on the village green and snapped this a couple of weeks ago… Enjoy! Find out more about my commissioned work here… Farlie Photography!
So my nephew got a camera for Christmas and his enthusiasm for it is unreal. Cue an Auntie intervention because this seemed like prime opportunity to get this cracking kid (well… teen… but that makes me feel a million so let’s just pretend he’s a really tall 3 year old yeah?) all to myself for […]