You might have noticed an addition to fulltiming this morning, Piclens. I love this program. If you click on the view slideshow it will give you a show, I intend adding lots of these over the next few months. Once you are there you can also do a search (look in the top right cornef) for anything that takes you fancy. It brings up a variety of great pictures
What a show, it took them 2 hours just to enter everyone. We had a good day with a steady flow of customers who all loved what we did. Working outside all day when you are not totally used to it really tires you out so we decided to stya at Vinces and Julie’s for another night. Git to get going soon though as we have prints to sort ready for a trip to Essex tomorrow
We had so many people tell us we should look into doing more Pet Portraits after we took some of Motorhomefacts LadyJ’s dogs we are seriously considering it, its just trying to decide the best way of going about it.
LadyJ (Jac and John’s dogs)
The weather this morning is looking much better than it has for the past few days so our fingers are crossed for it to continue
Its up and down, up and down. One minute its sunny, the next raining. As a fulltimer you are so much nearer to the elements. As a young child I grew up on a farm and it was similar. Your day to life day life style was sort of dictated to by the seasons because for most of it you were outside.
Then when living in town you would wake up in a house, get dressed, walk a few yards to a car, then a few yards to an office and the reverse in the evening. A trip to the shop was a great adventure and to walk a real thrill.
Now the great outdoors is a few feet away, through an RV door and I would say 70% of waking hours is outside, its a healthy way to live.
a few hours earlier
We are getting ready to launch The Protouch. We create a very nice product for out portrait customers and a number of them have asked if we can do the same with their photos – so we have decided we ought to.One of the first we did we have used as an example. This was for Annie from MHF. Her dog had died and they wanted something to remember him by. Her family were delighted with the outcome.