Showing posts from December, 2017

Rounding up - one year on. Irish life and online teaching.

Oyster catcher feathers from my local bay. I have lived in Ireland for a year now - and I can safely say it is the best thing I have ever done. It was a big leap from Brighton, but so worth it. Where I live now is so very quiet, so different to where I lived in Brighton. I have made great friends here and have been accepted by the local community.  It has taken this long for me to find my reason for being here in this beautiful place. Which direction my work is going to go - I have fallen in love with seaweed and have become quite passionate about clearing our local beach of plastic. I never felt I could make any kind of  difference while living on the South Coast of the U.K. Here on this remote tip of County Clare I feel I can make a small difference. Ross Bay on a very chilly afternoon. My house is on the hill.    As the tide goes out, it leaves behind beautiful compositions. I just love the layers of seaweed.   Playing with Bondaweb backed polyes