A freind of mine is volunteering at the PrimRose Donkey Sanctuary.

This week she invited me to come out to snap some shots of the donkeys and other beasties and to meet Sheila Burns, founder and donkey care taker.

Please check out their web site to see the wonderful work Sheila and the volunteers do to rehabilitate and take care of these lovely donkeys.

There are so many curious and friendly animals there, I couldn’t choose just four or five to post, so here, to warm up your late winter, are some cute pictures of happy donkeys, ponies, cats, pigs and a sheep. Oh, and my lovely friend Mel, who invited me out.

Norwood Fair 2017

The Norwood Fair.

Always the same. Always a little bit different. Always fun. Always worth the drive. This year was no different. And the light was so beautiful that I got way too many great photos.

So rather then post a few, here’s a whole bunch to feast on during this harvest season.

November Skies (also Workshop and Show)

Before I get to this week’s photos, please allow me to remind/invite you to my three part workshop, The Exposure Triangle. Classes start tomorrow at 1pm at Artspace.

Also, I have a show up. Hidden Architecture. It seems this time of year often presents an opportunity for a last minute show and this year is no exception. Head into Tonic Hair Studio on George Street to check out some new work.


image of altocumulus clouds at duskThe clouds this week have been moody and with the time change, the sun is going down earlier.

image of grey clouds over rural roadI have to get out earlier if I want to catch the light before it’s gone.

But it’s all ok with me if the clouds are going to be this interesting.

image of horses in field under stormy sky