Daily Blogging research 5: lunch sketch by Jared

Today I am looking at Jared from lunchsketch.com The reason I selected this blog: 1) His post from March 17th 2013 is amazing and comes with a quote that is important to me “Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.” ~ Wordsworth 2) I found his site through his post on 9th JanuaryContinue reading “Daily Blogging research 5: lunch sketch by Jared”

Daily blogging research 4: The Queen stitch aka Louise

Today I am looking at Louise Sutherland from http://thequeenstitch.com The reason I selected this blog: 1) some great photographs and reminded me of other work by a friend Arnab Ghosh (photographing strangers). This is a subject I am interested in. 2) The openness of her comments 3) I love her textile/stitch work, simple, clear, aesthetic,Continue reading “Daily blogging research 4: The Queen stitch aka Louise”

Daily blogging research 3: Carole Fenton

Today I am looking at Carole Fenton from tumbleweedingblog.wordpress.com. The reason I selected this blog: 1)When I first came across this blog I instantly looked up my birthday to see what had been posted, and felt like I have been given a gift (it is an image of dandelion gone to seed) 2)I love herContinue reading “Daily blogging research 3: Carole Fenton”

Daily blogging research 2: Alli Lipsher

Today I am looking at Alli Lipsher from All You Keep is the Journey https://alipsher.wordpress.com The reason I selected this blog: 1) The first post I saw from this blog was from January 15th and reads “Spent evening barefoot in the kitchen” with an image of humous. This is the stuff that is good forContinue reading “Daily blogging research 2: Alli Lipsher”

Daily blogging research 1: Daniel Lakatos

Today, and for the next few days, I am sharing my research into “daily blogging”. This started as me trying to do a Saturday addition on daily blogging by asking a few bloggers some questions, but I think there responses are worth a blog each. So firstly thank you to them for their time. OneContinue reading “Daily blogging research 1: Daniel Lakatos”