Sunday, 24 August 2014

Photo diary: nineteen candles








This year I spent my birthday a little differently, being stuck in my little town I now call home in the South West of England. I took the day off away from my new little family at my job at the local department store, and enjoyed a selection of fine foods and stylish delights to hold with admiration.

And what a beautiful day it was, to receive a little gift from the ladies at work, my parents popping in with a freshly whipped victoria sponge (mamas know best), a fiasco with attempting to make homemade gnocchi twice, and finally, a talk over a coup of Kir Royales about our soon to be anniversary and trip to Paris with my loved one.


I am a very lucky lady indeed.

Monday, 21 July 2014

A new blog...

My partner and I just started up a new blog:
Await to see the adventures:

Sunday, 22 June 2014

Photo diary: Berlin







 



Travelling to and from - neglecting my blog and other social networks.
Berlin was a beautiful experience, so much to see and do, not enough time on my hands for it, or enough clothes for that matter.
Every building and corner of each street is something completely new and different, the architecture is insane. It contrasts dramatically through out each district.

Sunday, 13 April 2014

The Thames:





Environment University Project:
First two were selected in the final cut, two others of colour film were chosen and shall be posted in the future.

Shot on Hasselblad 501cm, 80mm lens.
Ilford FP4 120mm 400 ISO film.

Sunday, 30 March 2014

Garments:

MY BLOG IS BACK AND ALIVE
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I finally was able to claim my domain back, I can now post things that I find beautiful and inspiring.

  

Self Directed project
Garments

figure 1:


Frilled Fragility
Division of exposed fabric connected together in panels.

figure 2:


Pale Pleats
Tubes of pleated chiffon float among the upper half of the item of clothing.

figure 3:


Silk Seams

Rough seamed edges gather together, cotton stitches hold the fray of fabric into place.

More final outcomes and work from this project is on my portfolio:
http://cargocollective.com/libertygeorginadye