Friday, 21 April 2017

A New blog.

The farmer's niece, who is an extremely good photographer with a marvellous imagination, has at last created a blog.

Her photographic montages and the  things she sells as a result - cards, mugs, jig-saws - all manner of things - are brilliant. 

Please do visit her blog for me - look at how she finally comes to a decision about a particular shot - and how clever her skills are.

She is on my side bar - Kitchy & Co.   Please let me (and her) know what you think.

21 comments:

Chris Elliot said...

Have visited her site and am suitably impressed!

Thickethouse.wordpress said...

I did really enjoy her photographs and reading about how she does them. But I was unable to comment for some reason.

Mac n' Janet said...

Really nice blog, great photography and I like how clearly she explains it all.

Joyce F said...

Added her to the blogs I read. I don't have one myself but have enjoyed yours and others over the past year or so and I'm sure I will enjoy this one.

angryparsnip said...

Just zoomed over.
Is this the same one who makes all the great Christmas cards and notes ?

cheers, parsnip

Virginia said...

I'm always impressed by people who actually understand the internet ... it's a miracle to me! Lovely photos and great explanations of how she went about getting them. Of course I'm not surprised you have a clever niece, it'll be in her genes! No wonder you're proud of her!

thousandflower said...

I just checked out Kitchy & Co. Thanks for directing me there. I look forward to watching more of her work.

wenda j said...

Just dropping in to let you know I've been to Kitchy & Co. I really enjoyed it and look forward to the future blogs. Thanks for bringing to our attention. I am hoping things are going well for you. I hope you'll find joy again.

Rachel said...

I visited the farmer's niece's blog. Very interesting. I will keep an eye on your sidebar for more posts.

Rosie said...

What a talented family you have!

Rachel said...

I would guess that this is Anthea who also wrote the lovely poem. What a talented family the farmer had.

Librarian said...

Neat, clean blog; I like it!

Susan Hatherell said...

Good morning, thank you for the pointer to Kitchy and Co. A lovely start to her blog. I really like the photo of the sheep at the top. Thank you. Regards Sue H

Heather said...

How interesting. I shall go and take a look straight away.

Heather said...

Wonderful images and such detail in all the different textures.

Minigranny said...

Very interesting explanation of how the wonderful images are achieved!
Will definitely look again.

Gwil W said...

Thanks for the tip. Been there and left a comment.

Kitchy & Co said...

Thank you for sending everyone over to read my first blog. It has been a lovely warm welcome.

littlemancat said...

Wonderful photography and such a pleasure to have it all explained so well. I am in awe! Tried to leave a comment but was unable to do so. ? I'll try again.
Thanks for introducing us to your niece's new blog.
Mary

tilly said...

I love this work but I do not see how to follow her, it seems incomplete at the moment, but I would like to see more of her work and well done on getting a car you are happy with
Tilly

Fairtrader said...

Lovely blog, Pat, you should be proud of her and I think the Farmer was as well. Some people can spread the light on things we would otherwise pass by. With her pictures we must pause and enjoy. Lovely handywork and interesting to see it grow from thought to picture. Thank you for telling us!!