I have posted these photographs before, right at the beginning of my blog adventures when I was logging my progress in my photography course. Clare mentions that the scenery is reminiscent of Tuscany, and I have to agree - I think it is the row of poplar trees and high view point, but it is definitely south Bedfordshire. Here is the same scene taken at each season.
I drove right through the middle of this scene today on my way to see friends. I always love it how ever many times I pass through. It was very misty this morning and I wished I had my camera with me.
I have also had a go at making a book from all the papers I have created during my sketchbook course. This is the chaos that is my desk, sometimes I wonder how I manage to get anything done!
I printed paper for the front and back covers with the linocut inspired by the scene above.
It has five signatures stitched into a card spine. The stitching is a bit wonky despite my careful measuring, I guess more practice would help, but it is not the sort of thing you make every week.
I'm not sure how I am going to use it yet, but I keep having to give it a bit of a stroke, how sad is that?
I have nearly finished the Creative Sketchbook course and I have got a lot from it - what next?
Watch this space
Have a good week.