“The problem with driving around Iceland is that you’re confronted by a soul-enriching, breath-taking, life-affirming natural sight every five minutes.” Stephen Markey I’d never thought of going to Iceland – or, to be honest, known much about it – until I met my husband, Dan. Iceland was at the top of his wanderlist, and heContinue reading “Exploring Iceland – November 2016”
It’s no secret that The Lyric is one of my favourite places to be. Even more so when I’m there to enjoy some musical theatre from Blunt Fringe. I knew that we were in for a treat if tonight was to be anything like The Last Five Years, and goodness…I was right. First produced byContinue reading “Christmas at The Lyric: Putting It Together”
Instagram celebrated its fifth birthday yesterday, a month after hitting its 400 million user milestone. It’s a beautiful, simple, everyday story book and one of my favourite forms of social media. It has, without a shadow of a doubt, helped hone my photography skills as well as my appreciation for the little details woven into ordinaryContinue reading “Happy Birthday, Instagram! & my top tips for personal and corporate use”
Welcome to the very first post in my Creator Quarter series! I have amazingly talented friends who are making and doing really cool things in Northern Ireland, and I want to introduce them to you as part of Capture NI. First up, we have Ben Connolly from Angel & Anchor. We’ve been friends for a few yearsContinue reading “Creator Quarter: Meet Ben from Angel & Anchor”
“In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.” — Margaret Atwood I’ve been face-planting on the grass, perching on rather precarious-looking props and digging my heels into the mud a lot recently: I LOVE all the spring blooms! Here are a few of my favourites so far. Enjoy!
i find this curious – two photos from today, one edited so my skin is perfect and one real. remember flaws are ok 🙂 @lordemusic