Survival was more than the preservation of life. It was tenacity in the face of ruin, an unbroken resolve in the midst of defeat, a glimmer of hope in the maelstrom….. and peace despite the wreckage…..Jocelyn Murray
Well, I’m back. I’ve finished the shift finally and am (almost) settled in the new place. I have shifted many times in my life and I felt this harder than I have before. I guess I must be starting to feel my age. Everything seems heavier than it has before but regardless, it’s done and I’m finding the new place slowly but surely.
I haven’t started really started shooting yet this year which is not like me at all but soon I’ll be making up for that. I have many, many shoots planned and images dreamed up. It was important to be settled first though as this year is looking like being huge. I have travel plans and exhibitions happening so it will be all go. I am planning my first solo exhibition this year too and there are lots of exciting things happening with that.
I’ve been planning it since last year and have actually shot a few pictures for the images I have in mind. One of the models involved was the lovely Ramana and whilst this is not the image which will be part of the exhibition, it was a favourite that screamed to be edited. I guess it’s how I’m feeling a little bit too at the moment.. Finally feeling a little bit of peace after the storm.