Lens-cap in my bum pocket haha! Not the most exciting of outfits, but I literally (and I do mean literally) threw together in 10 seconds to tag along with my mum’s photoshoot this morning. Although these jeans just look kinda pixellated here, they’re actually a subtle snakeskin print so I don’t just have a grainy backside I promise Haslam Park is such a stunning location whatever the time of year, even more so with autumnal leaves floating here there and everywhere. Matches my outfit perfectly too, what are the chances!
‘The big cardigan‘ makes an appearance once again
So I’m supposedly an ‘assistant’ on these shoots, but they seemed to be capturing some pretty nice shots without too much intervention from me so I chose the role of ‘behind the scenes’ photographer this time instead. AKA take piccies of shoes!
Be sure to check out my mum’s website to see the full shoot in the next few days!
As well as snapping away at shoes, I took a few shots of the charming little details in Haslam park; the descriptive writing task for my GCSE English Language is based on ‘a park’ so I thought these might help spur a few ideas. Over the last year or so – due to the subjects I’m doing – my writing skills have developed more towards brevity in conveying information rather than flowery language, so whilst it’s taking some getting used to, I’m enjoying having the chance to use as many fancy words as possible just for the sake of it! What is your favourite way to write? Anybody have any tips for descriptive writing?
Life has finally started to calm down a little for next week. Now that birthdays and exchanges and awards evenings and more birthdays are over, it’s time for a few days off before the rush of mock exams and Christmas begins!