Artistic review of the year top 10 posts

As we approach the end of not only the year but also the decade, it seems a fitting time to take a look back on my art journey. I am sharing with you my artistic review of blogs posts.

I started documenting my art back in March 2016 through the blog. There have been huge changes over the last few years for both me and my art. I have found a new style and changed my direction on where I want to go.

I have met some wonderful people along the way and learnt from some fantastic teachers. You have all been so supportive with your kind words and encouragement.

So without further ado here are my most-read posts over the last 3 1/2 years:

The countdown

  1. Behind the scenes top tops for photographers block!
  2. Photographing the goldcrest bird
  3. Behind the scenes creating beautiful close-up flower photographs using focus stacking
  4. Don’t miss out on our breathtaking cosmos flower pictures and gifts
  5. An alternative view of Berlin
  6. Award-winning photography
  7. OMG! The best flower summer dress ever
  8. Beautiful artwork from Muloani Art
  9. A guide to photographing seaside towns
  10. 5 top tips for summer nature photography

As you can see it is quite an eclectic mix of subject matters in these blog posts! You can also see my personal growth from some of these older posts through to today.

Review of 2019

I thought I would also share a couple of my more recent posts from this year. I am particularly proud of how my art has developed. Here is my artistic review of 2019 in photographs:

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It has been wonderful having so many of you sharing my journey, and I hope that you continue to support me through my ups and downs. Your support and kind words really mean the world to me so thank you. If you wish to stay in touch, please consider signing up to my newsletter below.

In the meantime, thank you for a fabulous 2019 and wishing all my supporters a happy and healthy 2020.

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