Pottery called the kettle black

A few weeks ago, when it wasn’t cold or snowing, I decided to venture to a disused pottery factory. I’d seen photos of T G Green Pottery and it seemed as though there would still be some beauty and lasting heritage, despite the premises having fallen into disrepair. Having taken a few photos of the […]

Colourful context

Contrary to my last post, life is not always black and white or even different shades of grey. I find that life is enriched by a colourful assault on the senses. That’s why I love to travel and experience new things.When you arrive in a foreign land, you’re overwhelmed by different sights, smells and sounds. Pretending […]