I’m a retired teacher, dividing my time between Cambridgeshire, England and Cordoba, Spain. I have taken photographs most of my adult life, but only started seriously taking on digital photography in 2006. Since autumn 2008, I’ve had a Sony Alpha 300, my first DSLR.
Many of my photos either reflect my travels through Europe, mostly in Spain and Germany, or of nature.
I love looking at things through the viewfinder; it has enabled me to see the world with new eyes. The experience always reminds me of the first time my daughter saw snow and the wonderment with which she observed it. I think we sometimes take the beauty of our world for granted.
No sales for ages and ages and then two come along! Only a short while after selling some greetings cards of the Bridge of Sighs, I have just heard of a sale of a card of “Grounded”! Thank you, whoever you are!
I would like to say a big thank you to whoever bought a greeting card of “golden time”. Coincidentally, I was in Cambridge yesterday evening and actually saw the bicycle again, this time being ridden down the street :-)