Thursday, 4 September 2008

extra summer; last swim

I think that was the last swim for the summer, at least without a sauna before going in. That was last weekend, this will be rainy and windy.

But there are other pleasures:
Tea's up opens at CAA in London tonight, Paul Scott shows blue and white (of course!). 12 different artist approaches, like Cathy Miles wire sculptures or Suzanne Wall's spoons.
Web pages Cathy Miles, Paul Scott

This week swoshed by, still swamped with office work and no clay in sight really yet. Hope you are happy with your week and wish you a weekend full of fun.


megha puNAter" said...

amazing photos,loved the one with the bird,and the footsteps.

Bibbi said...

Thank you, it was such a nice moment at the beach :)

mansuetude said...

love the dance of compacted light circles on the first--and the footprints with the bird prints.

Can i impose to ask if you once posted about your camera? It was a compact cannon wasn't it? I'm looking at some now, but its boggling the brain a bit. :)

Peace and delight on the weekend etc.

infing said...

Åhhh va många fina bilder! Det märks att du är en konstnär!

mansuetude said...

I hear you about the enjoyment of the large cameras. I have the heavy Canon 5D which is full of dust (already)somehow, and have loved it.

I hadn't thought of the battery life you mentioned yet... have really loved your photos so will look into the Canons you mention. So many small cameras now don't have a view finder ...not sure about that.

heather smith jones said...

Ah, the last moments of summer, are always so full and a little sad. The good thing, I remind myself, is there are the equally momentous 'firsts' of autumn. :)