What a week. I was struck down with Freya's school germs last Sunday and couldn't even get out of bed. She was then sent home from school again on Wednesday but I'm pretty sure something else, other than illness, is going on - especially as I had to leave her sobbing my name on Thursday … Continue reading My Sunday Photo – October 14th, 2018.
Before I set eyes on Oxburgh Hall, I was captivated by the church next door, which I saw from the road. My initial thought about St John the Evangelist was that it looked like a ruin but actually that's not the case. Apparently, in 1948, its tower and spire collapsed into the south side of … Continue reading My Sunday Photo – April 1st, 2018.
My in-laws have been visiting this weekend so, even though it was a bit of a grey day yesterday, we ventured into the wilds of Norfolk to the very beautiful Oxburgh Hall. While a National Trust property, descendants of Sir Edmund Bedingfield, who built the house in 1482, still live there today. I will do … Continue reading My Sunday Photo – March 25th, 2018.
Thirty-odd years ago, when photographer Anita Corbin was in her early 20s, she embarked on a project to "ensure that a generation of young women were represented in a photographic genre that was almost entirely dominated by men". Hitting London clubs, youth groups or following tips from friends and acquaintances she went in search of … Continue reading Visible Girls: Revisited by Anita Corbin in Norwich.