All posts tagged: nature


This week has seen to some more visitors, autumnal walks + cream teas. The first walk was with Ruben’s cousins, aunties and ‘Grandma Birmingham’ through Aberaeron park, the second was with his ‘Grandad Birmingham’ and uncle through Llanerchaeron woodlands. We’ve noticed a few changes to Ruben this week; his umbilical cord dropped off, his eyes […]

Flamboyance : Hafod Estate

A different atmosphere. Weather. Surroundings. Take the Gentleman’s walk. Thick forest. Ground carpeted. A natural softness. Balance across. Appreciate textures + colours. Signs of man. Fallen trees. Whole hearts.  Stabilise. No clumsy tripods. Steady. Satisfied. Cross the wishbone bridge. Climb upwards. Pause for breath. Study the views. Conjures images of the different seasons. Inevitability. Downwards. […]

Flamboyance : Cardigan Bay

A pull to the stillness. Independent to today. Cityscape; people, businesses, buildings. Development. Seascape; weather, crops. Change. Wander somewhere new. New views of daily sightings. That can happen anywhere. But be still. Here. Be alone. See everything in silhouettes. Thrown onto the backdrop of the day’s end. Brambly banks. Breathe it all in. The ebb. […]

What’s On: Kew Gardens

I took a trip to Kew Gardens after a few people suggested it and upon arrival discovered there was a David Nash exhibition on. Unfortunately it ended the day after but here are some photographs to show you the kind of work on display.   The first piece was situated in the Nash Conservatory and was made […]

What’s On: Photofusion

I went to Brixton today and saw an exhibition, of James Smith‘s work, in the Photofusion gallery. I found the exhibition through an app called ‘artlyst’; it’s really helpful in producing a list of exhibitions you want to see in the London area by adding the events to your favourites. James Smith’s exhibition “Temporal Dislocation” touched upon some ideas I […]