Photography

A photograph of the Risby village sign, bonded on to the top of a log of wood

Revealing the images of Risby

Today, we met up again in Risby, to reveal the images bonded on to the logs. Our particular thanks to Nigel, for making his barn available to store and prepare…
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Connect in writing in Risby

When Gillian visited Risby, to walk around the village and give tips on how to photograph peoples’ favourite places, there was much chat about the local history – which in…
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Memories of Risby

Following the Connect activity in Risby with photographer Gillian Allard, we were sent the following email. I am writing on behalf of my mother, Joan. She had a lovely time…
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Connect in Risby

Photographer Gillian Allard joined the Connect facilitator, Jane, along with Sophie and other residents for a walk around the village and the chance to share some tips on how to…
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Create #3: My Photo Journey

Using the word ‘journey’ in its broadest possible sense, from making a cup of tea to visiting a favourite place in your village, this activity uses mobile phone photography to…
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A pile of bright red apples lying in the grass

Create #1: Windfall Land Art

I have an apple tree in my garden that continually drops windfalls. My partner gets annoyed by them lying all over the place, so he collects some up, and others…
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A Moving Tapestry of Suffolk

Thanks so much to everyone who submitted videos and images for the video tapestry. I had a fun time piecing everything together and found lots of common themes between what…
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Suffolk Day 2020

Sunday 21st June is Suffolk Day and here’s a way to celebrate something, perhaps a little quirky and overlooked, about our county.

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Drone in my home image grid

Here’s another Drone in my Home grid, using images sent in from Glenys in Beyton. It took me ages to work out the view of the handles, crossed over the…
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