A Year in Pictures

2016 has been a mountainous year with unforgettable highs and some tricky, hard to navigate lows. Looking back through the work I have made during this period has been an opportunity to reflect on what has been learned, to consider strengths and weaknesses, and to create a plan of action for the months ahead. It has also been an opportunity to remind myself of some of the best bits about being alive – The discovery and rediscovery of the incredible coastline and landscape that surrounds my home; and the challenge of new creative projects. Thanks so much to all my friends and contacts for continuing support this year and for encouraging me to stay focussed on the things that matter. I wish you all the very best.

Please take a moment to take a look through my ‘best of 2016’ – A slideshow of photographs, and selection of images out of my sketchbook and studio. An unforgettable year exploring the coastline, mountains and lakes, limestone landscapes, and the industrial history of this fascinating region.

 

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6 Responses

  1. Simon Howlett

    Very much enjoyed the two exhibitions I attended in 2016 Debbie – looking forward to seeing more of your work in 2017. Wishing you all the very best during the festive season and in 2017.

    • Thanks so much Simon. I hope you have a happy holiday season and wish you all the best for 2017. May there be an abundance of amazing photo opportunities and adventures ahead! 🙂

  2. Andrew Ford

    Saw your work at Florence Gallery, liked it very much – is your work online on Facebok or similar?
    Andy Ford
    Warrington

    • Hi Andy, Good to hear from you and I’m really pleased that you enjoyed the Florence exhibit. You can find my Facebook page by clicking here. I’m also on instagram and twitter as @debbieyare. Hope you can keep in touch.
      Debbie 🙂

  3. Loved the slide show. Your photography is amazing. Congratulations on your exhibits too.

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