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I am obsessed with hooks – Fine Art Photography Article

I am obsessed with hooks Really I’m not joking, I really am obsessed with hooks. I have been putting them everywhere. Gotta love obsessions. Really how it happened, well, when I was cleaning out my kitchen I found a packet of 20 brass hooks. No idea when I bought them, or where they came from. Still, it was 20 hooks. You know what I used all of them. I just kept finding places to put them. I am obsessed It…

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It was what I was trained to do – Fine Art Photography Article

It was what I was trained to do The other day I was thinking back how what I am doing now is what I was I was trained to do when I was growing up. It is funny, but I still remember having a conversation about it when I was in my final year at high school. Of course, I’m talking about being a housewife. Being trained When I was in high school we had a discussion one day about…

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  Artistic Adventurer – Teri Lou: Morning Has Broken – iPhone Photography Article

  Artistic Adventurer – Teri Lou: Morning Has Broken Morning has BrokenAs I sit in my warm car in between rain squalls I am looking out at the Okarito Lagoon. The air is moist and everything is cast in gray, a stark contrast to the brilliant greens in the gorge the day before. The mood is quiet and still, even with the birds fluttering about. Among some brilliant mountain peaks that were meant for a less cloudy perfect sunset location. However even last…

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  Artistic Adventurer – Teri Lou: Palouse Abandoned House Photography Tour – iPhone Photography Article

  Artistic Adventurer – Teri Lou: Palouse Abandoned House Photography Tour Palouse Photography Tours with Teri Lou It was a busy summer and therefore my blogging came to a stand still. My goal for next month is to get back to it! As most of you know who follow my Facebook posts I became a grandma to Brayson John and my youngest daughter was a bride just last week. I also was thrilled to visit the Palouse several times as a…

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George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography When we decided we had time to squeeze in a weekend away somewhere this spring, we thought it would be nice to see some red squirrels. I asked a friend from Flickr, Peter Trimming, for a suggestion as he has photographed red squirrels just about everywhere they can still be found in the UK. He very kindly recommended Forest How Guest House, in the Lake District, where owner John has spent the last three years…

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George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography Almost two years ago, I posted a blog about building a hedgehog house for the garden. It’s a really worthwhile thing to do, and British hedgehogs need our help! For the first year, we didn’t really see any sign of use, which was a great shame. But for the last year, we have seen little patches of digging which look like hedgehog activity, and more crucially, the odd hedgehog…

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George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography I’m thrilled to say that Woburn Abbey are using one of my photos on the cover of their new 2013 visitor leaflet: I was approached about this some weeks ago, and they’re now in use 🙂 I’m very happy to collaborate with Woburn in this way as it’s my favourite local spot, and I’ve taken some of my best photos there. To see it as the new Woburn Abbey…

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George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography – Fine Art Photography Article

George Wheelhouse | Fine Art Nature Photography   As a keen wildlife enthusiast I watch all the TV documentaries, I read & learn, and I photograph animals too. But recently, when I thought about what I was actually doing to help wildlife, I realised that just hanging some bird feed in the garden was not really enough, and I started looking for something else I could do. I know that the UK hedgehog population is steadily decreasing, and I’ve seen…

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