I've been aware that this blog has been gradually shifting and the emphasis in the decreasing number of posts has become almost entirely on my work as an artist. I'm not sure how this happened but I think it's been a bit of a circular thing - if I'm not writing so much I need to make sure that when I do write, at least people can keep up with what work I'm doing but much of my working life is spent doing tasks which don't change very much so there isn't anything to write about so often. So it's time to break out and return to the original flavour of the blog.
I'm not writing for any particular audience. I hope people will read this blog but I have no idea who they are - friends, possibly some of my customers, but also people I don't know who happen on the blog by one accidental route or another. Whatever I put here has to be what I'm happy for the whole world to know. Trying to balance that with what the whole world might want to know is, I think, something that's been in my mind lately and has led to the whole thing becoming a little stultified. If I'm writing something you don't want to know, feel free to stop reading and come back another day when there's something more to your taste.
I hope to post more blogs which contain just photographs.
I may include more creative writing - if I do any!
There will be mentions of work.
I mustn't forget about food (writing about it, that is, not eating it!)
I hope to return to writing about ideas.
I'm going to write about more personal things too.
Today I went outside with my camera and the garden was not particularly promising. However, the rosemary is looking splendid, so that's what I photographed. Over the last ten years or so I have used herbs in cooking much more than I used to and I think I use rosemary more than any. It may be my favourite herb.