An Artsy Cheltenham (by sarah)
Yesterday I went into Cheltenham to meet with one of the directors of the Cheltenham Poetry Festival to sort out what I was doing for the festival. I was already doing the Slam but I'd suggested I could take some photos of the events with my new camera.
They loved the idea and I have scored my first ever press pass. Last year with the old camera I took photos of events I happened to be at and some of the artists then used the photos I had taken for their websites and profile pics and what have you so this seemed a logical step forward. I may also be performing at a couple of other events at the festival.
I am also working on a new novel project so spent the afternoon working on that resulting in only 10 pages being written - I think I am out of practice!
I then wondered around in the twilight looking for low light level type photos to take
I really like the way this one above came out I sort of want to draw him now.
I love stone statues in strange lighting.
There is a sad manic-ness in these horses again they make me want to draw them.
Today is also the last day of the Science-Art Gallery at Centre Arts so I shall be in there from 12:30 till 5 pm so if you're kicking about do pop in. It is the arts cafe and there is tea and cake
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