Sunday, 30 June 2013

Update, Photos, Flickr & Bloglovin

All photos taken by me.

On the 1st of July, Google reader is shutting down, so if you would like to keep up to date with my posts, you can follow me on Bloglovin
I also now have a Flickr account, where I'll be posting some of the photos seen on my blog, extra photos from shoots, some of my nature photography, etc. You can find my account here

While I'm introducing my Flickr account, it felt apt to add some of the images that you will see in my photostream (I also just needed some images to post on my blog, I will hopefully do a shoot soon). I'm sorry it's been a while since I've posted, I've been a bit of a neglectful blogger (again!) I will try to post more in July.

As it's winter now I've been spending a lot of time curled up in a mohair blanket with either a book, a hot drink or both. I'm loving taking out my tights, warm socks and layers of cashmere, wool and angora for winter. While some of the days have been bloody freezing and slightly unpleasant, I still love it (but am also appreciating the days of sunshine when we get them.) One thing I don't like about winter is that the light isn't always too great, but hopefully I'll still get some good photos in the winter shoots I have planned. Anyway, I'm off to go catch up on the blogs I follow.


Rosalind said...

I've just been over to your flickr account and really enjoyed seeing images both familiar - as in, seen previously on your blog - and new (especially your nature shots, some of which also shown above).
Your photography is going from strength to strength and is a joy to see.
I especially like the horse's eye. It reminds me of the opening line of a poem that I'm now struggling to recall.

Sacramento Amate said...

Thank you forsharing your beautiful photos Willow.

Emalina said...

I was wondering how you were doing - glad all is well and you're having a cosy snuggly winter! These wildlife photographs are wonderful, look forward to checking out your flickr too.

Rebecca Harasym said...

What incredible photos! I love to see gorgeous nature pictures but the one with the free stress relief is pretty cool!