Orange And Blue

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These were all taken today in the early morning sunlight. The autumn has been exquisite this year – it almost makes up for the rather drab summer.

Our beech tree is in its full glory – right before it covers the entire garden with millions of leaves!
Kirsty Hall, photograph of beech tree in autumn
Kirsty Hall: Beech Tree, Nov 2008

I like the dark background on this but I’m not quite sure how I did it.
Kirsty Hall, photograph of beech tree in autumn
Kirsty Hall: Beech Tree, Nov 2008

No fancy Photoshop, this was just taken through one of our very old and distorted Victorian window panes.
Kirsty Hall, photograph of beech tree distorted through old glass
Kirsty Hall: Beech Tree Distorted Through Old Glass, Nov 2008

The morning sunlight on the woodwork in the kitchen. Yes, it really is that blue.

Kirsty Hall, photograph of morning sun on blue wall
Kirsty Hall: Reflections on Blue Wall, Nov 2008

Kirsty Hall, photograph of morning sun on blue wall
Kirsty Hall: Reflections on Blue Wall, Nov 2008

Kirsty Hall, photograph of morning sun on blue wall
Kirsty Hall: Reflections on Blue Wall, Nov 2008

I am an artist & purveyor of obsessive projects based in Hebden Bridge, England. My work involves the accretion of large numbers of small objects - pins in fabric, knots in string or hundreds of envelopes - to make sculptures that deal with fragility, loss, repetition, obsession and time.

11 thoughts on “Orange And Blue

  1. Gorgeous, Kristy! I’ve come back to reading inspiring blogs again, after a long while. I was sucked into the election here in the US for some time, it was such a nail-biting process, but so exciting.

    Your blog always inspires and makes me think I need to write more!

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  2. Gorgeous, Kristy! I’ve come back to reading inspiring blogs again, after a long while. I was sucked into the election here in the US for some time, it was such a nail-biting process, but so exciting.

    Your blog always inspires and makes me think I need to write more!

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  3. autumn is my favorite time of the year,for me it’s always a time of reflection, a time to begin again on new projects through the dark of winter… unfortunately it has come and gone in upstate NY and winter is already here, cold dark and threatening snow, so thanks for a glimpse into the past, gold an blue and perfect. I’m going to pull the blankets over my head and hibernate!

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  4. autumn is my favorite time of the year,for me it’s always a time of reflection, a time to begin again on new projects through the dark of winter… unfortunately it has come and gone in upstate NY and winter is already here, cold dark and threatening snow, so thanks for a glimpse into the past, gold an blue and perfect. I’m going to pull the blankets over my head and hibernate!

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  5. i’m currently woknirg on what i want to do more of – READING. actual books. this month alone i think i’ve read more actual books than the previous 4 of the year. i am devouring LJ Smith books currently. : ) i had missed my books! lol and travel – i could always do more traveling. : ) good luck spending mornings w/ your cuppa & the view. love your view!!

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