The time has come. Since my last post we've seen a worldwide pandemic, the sad loss of so many, and a new reality. Who could have guessed that we would be wandering around wearing face masks and using hand gel?
I remember so clearly from my (ancient) management days the much overused adage 'People don't like change'. I always disagreed and insisted that uncertainty and not change was the thing people found difficult. So reassuring then that the future is starting to look a little less threatening for most people.
This time of change has finally led us to make the decision to relocate and explore pastures new. We have absolutely loved living in the 'Far North' but after nearly 15 years, it's time to move somewhere we can more easily visit family. However, I'm looking at this as a positive opportunity for new adventures, new locations to explore, and people to meet. Hopefully my photography practice will continue to grow and evolve over time and in landscapes new. I will continue to sell my work online and at occasional exhibitions but for now, our main focus is the move itself and so until we're a little more settled, my online store is temporarily closed. I'm looking forward to keeping in touch with customers and friends and hope you will keep an eye on our progress here in the blog and also on my social media channels.
Finally, we say a sad goodbye to our wonderful friend, Mac. We rehomed Mac just two years ago and have seen him develop from a scared, nervous little fella into a confident and active dog who was loved by everyone who met him. Sadly, Mac became ill and deteriorated really quickly and has left us for the whippet home in the sky. We will miss his constant company and the joy he brought into every moment of our time with him.