This weekend was a busy one, with some work designing some cards, another assignment shooting images of Anglesey, and some food related work too 🙂
This Friday 24th September, Wylfa Power Station in Cemaes Bay, Anglesey, is hosting a Fashion Show in the Sports and Social Club. Proceeds are in aid of Tyddyn Mon, an Anglesey farm which employs people with disabilities, and Ysgol y Bont, a special needs school also on Anglesey.
Tickets are £5, available from the Wylfa Visitor Centre and on the door and you get a free cocktail on arrival! A bar is available and entertainment is provided and lots of local businesses will be there with products for sale. Pensans Photography will be there too with prints, magnets & keyrings for sale as well as portfolios of portraits to browse through and some great discount vouchers for portrait, maternity & newborn sessions. Doors open at 6.30pm, hope to see you there! 🙂
Nothing but rain all this weekend, so no chance for any decent outdoor photography. So here’s a quick post of a shot from January this year. This was a 1 hour nighttime exposure of Penmon lighthouse. The Earth’s rotation during a long exposure like this shows in the trails that the stars make in the sky. Polaris, the North star is just out of shot top left and if you line up your camera to face it, all the other stars in the sky will appear to circle around it. The orange/pink colour in the sky is ambient light from streetlights in Llandudno and Anglesey.
Hope you all had a great weekend 🙂
My dog Jake and I took a quick trip to the beach this evening, me for some windy weather photos, and Jake, well, just to get wet I think. Like most dogs he loves the sea and makes it his goal to get as wet as possible just before we leave for maximum car-seat soaking impact. Mission accomplished Jake! 🙂
Yesterday morning started off very wet, and despite being all ready and loaded up to go and enjoy the Threshing day in Amlwch, we decided to give it a miss once we got there and saw how wet and muddy the field was.
Instead we decided to go and shoot some windy weather images, and the best place for that? Rhosneigr!
Here’s a few from yesterday…
I just want to take a moment here to say a huge thank you to Dave Holdsworth, a very talented woodturner and good friend who is based in Penysarn, Anglesey. His work is absolutely beautiful, and tonight I went to collect a gorgeous bowl that he has made for me to use as a prop for future shoots.
You can see more of Dave’s fantastic work here…
A big thank you to both of you, both items are gorgeous and I can’t wait to use them 🙂