After what seems like an age away from site, I took a short stroll in the sun earlier this week. The building is nearing completion, and is looking great. The first image below is the rear of the building which isn't seen from the road, groundworks almost complete with turf laid! A specific weather window is required for the scaffolding to come down which will then allow the last of the works to be completed. More visits, and more images to follow.
For those not on Twitter, or not familiar with the concept of 'the weeklies', a brief introduction. There are a few weekly photographic competitions (maybe competition is too strong a word) that take place on Twitter. One is run by a photography store, another by a paper producer but the most interesting by far is run by everyone. In a nutshell, on a Monday upload a photograph to Twitter from the previous week using the hashtag #sharemondays2022. The nominated winner from t
Now open at Taigh Chearsabhagh in Lochmaddy, an exhibition of photography of the Outer Hebrides 2018 - 2022. I've chosen 25 images which will be on display until April the 30th. Curated for Taigh Chearsabhagh with the Uist Arts Association, this collection of photographs were taken on the islands of Uist, Harris, Lewis and occasionally in between. The collection presents both seen and unseen spaces from around the islands without resorting to sentimentality and/or cliché.
There is a fund raising push on Twitter for Ukraine. I've half a dozen 5 x 7 prints of 'Summer Machair' available for a minimum £10 donation. If you miss this flash sale but would still like a print, get in touch. Visit @photoprintday @ansolasoir or #photoprintday on Twitter to find out more.
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