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Through the Windows


Hello,


As you may have gleaned from my profile I'm called Susan Fox, affectionately nick-named Shoes'n'Frocks by my husband on account of my regular consumption of all things feminine.

In my creative life I've been drawn towards interior design, garden design, textile art, digital art, printmaking, altered books and other visuals but my abiding passion is for capturing the moments with my camera. Photography is one reason why I'm here writing on a blog, my blog, eventually after many hours of agonizing I finally plucked up the courage to post my first image.

So if anyone happens by my blog welcome, I hope you like what you see.


Comments

Rochelle said…
Welcome to Bloglandia! I love this photo - it's romantic, with "Joe and Sue" written in the mist, yet mysterious and moody too - like that. :)
rebecca said…
good morning friend...
here in my world the sky is ink black the stars closer than bird song. i woke thinking of you and decided to scroll through every single post until i arrived here at your beginning. even under my still dark sky, this chilling morning in the heart of winter has been warmed by you.
you are a seeker on the path of deeper knowing. you are gently offering your beauty as you go..stepping out into life with honesty and love.
january 12, 2010, goodness, it is almost your blogaversary! how blessed am i that you made this leap of faith and flew into my always appreciative heart.

i love you sue.


xoxoxoxoxxo,
rebecca

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