When Brunello Cucibelli, the cashmere king of Italy, bought a huge house in a 14th-century hill town, he couldn’t stop there. He had to have the town as well…
God these garden shoots, you forget them, they nearly always shot a year before so when they go to press the right flowers are out, this was a great morning getting there for 1st light, I knew I need a little help from the big soft box in the sky and I got what I wanted page 4 of the issuu article long grasses with sun raising, top shot in my book. Anyway hope you enjoy them here on in the magazine.
I normally post a selection of images from my new work but with all the trips to the hospital lately I have not been posting but I am happy to say that my wife’s treatment is going along very positivity and I can now get back to posting more often.
Twizzle the super yacht I shot over a number of visits to her last year is now making her away around the world, I have been quite surprise just how many articles have been publish about her, but who couldn’t resist those fetching lines and location. All the best to her and her owners that worked so very hard to make her into the work of art that she is.
Is art deco around the corner, I seem to be shooting a lot of deco stuff lately, maybe its my age dear…well here’s another fab job by Mr Gosling Nell Gwynn house reception which Tim has redesign and Gosling have made the furniture for the new fit out, very smart, well that’s what most people were saying when I was there shooting it. Small little fact, my mum lived there when I was born and I spent the 1st few months of my life there, now I use the all day parking underneath when I am in town. Strange how these little things come around.
Trying to run a renovation project and get out to take pictures is proving quite difficult but so the blog is a good reason to make me do it.
Royal Enfield model Desert Storm parked under a tree in Trivandrum, lovely.
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