Tag Archives: photography

In the shoes of … Ela Farrell | Specialist in photographic history, social care commissioner & technical writer

It is amazing how a single tweet can capture your imagination… and that is exactly what happened here. I invited Ela to tell us more. Thank you Ela for providing yet another wonderful guest post for this “in my shoes” … Continue reading

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“Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections

My blog is usually about social care and health. Often about dementia. Always an opportunity for reflection. In a recent post I wrote an ‘A-Z list of reflections’ from the Dementia Congress in Brighton. R is for “Reflection – as an … Continue reading

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In the shoes of … The birds and the bees | Warwickshire Wildlife Trust

As I walked around Warwickshire Wildlife Trust’s Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve at the weekend, taking a few photos (as you do), I thought of people with dementia and my blog series. I believe passionately that we all feel better with a … Continue reading

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