Who made it November when it’s May? A chilled Sunday after a four day week photographing groups and documenting a conference. A quick stop for a portrait in between showers after brunch.
Location – Port Dundas
A collection of images from my Saturday.
1. A view from my bed, waking up MY time….bliss.
2. First cup of tea of the day, in bed, reading.
3. David and Alfie before work.
4. View from the van – waiting on David delivering to customers in Leith.
5. The bumpy ride home from Edinburgh in the back of the van, listening to Kanye West.
All images copyright Teresa Dickson.
This week has barely started but it feels like it should be drawing to a close. And it’s only Tuesday. I tried approaching today from a different angle, I worked minimally from home today (lucky that I could) and got a few things out of the way that needed to done. I did important things like baking a cake. I tried to get some space in my head. I craved warm sun (didn’t get any!). I made lists. I tried to look at things from a different perspective.
I’m revisiting these two images as they incorporate angles, light and shade – just sums up my thoughts and feelings today.
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Today has been one for chores. Boring with a capital B. For the most part, the sun has been splitting the sky here in Scotland, which has been rare here the past few weeks. Annoying then that I had a pile of things to do before I get back to work tomorrow.
I’ve kept myself going by stopping for shortbread laced with Nutella, endless cups of tea and the odd bit of photography thrown in.
Here are todays results. No people. Just detail.
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I’ve had a set of cards produced from some of my images of my decaying beauties, as I call them (and no….that’s not me – though I feel like I’m decaying today, after ONE glass of wine. I really should have drank more, perhaps I would have felt better). Anyway, one of my lovely neighbours gave me some honesty out of her garden to photograph, after receiving a set of the cards – she is well into her gardening and I thought she would appreciate it. These first two images won’t be made into cards, but I love the way I can see the fragility of honesty’s nature here.
Again, there has not been much light to speak of here – worth capturing anyhow and now that the light is dwindling I will have get a curry on the go for tonight whilst listening to Rudimental on FULL blast. Good job I live in an end terrace and my neighbours are away.
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