Posted by: Admin | February 3, 2012

More Reasons to be Cheerful

I’ve been feeling a little blue today so I decided to stop working and seek out the things that cheer me up. One of them is taking photographs, so I’ve been catching up on my personal editing. Staring at my grandson’s happy faces has wrapped a little hug around my heart. So many happy days out and about and in my son’s little flat. Looking at the images I took, I can almost hear their little voices, the giggles and whoops. Of course, I can’t share those images with you here, so I’m going to post some photographs of two of my adult children, Katy and Dan, which were taken whilst playing in a colleagues studio. This is so unlike the kind of photography I practice for a living, but we had a great deal of fun and I hope that you enjoy the images.

So, DAY 13 of my Gratitude Project, and


Isn’t she lovely?



  1. Lovely jubbley 🙂 x

  2. great pictures!

  3. Thank you, both. 😉
    Had a little look at your blog, genakatherine – might try to get over to that show. Looks like fun. x

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