Give your photos that extra dimension by taking a different view
Sorry to disappoint all of you with smutty minds but it's not what you think! This month we're going to take a look at an easy and alternative way of capturing a fun shot. Simple - shoot from behind!
Some of my favourite images have been shot from behind. They aren't usually planned, I just see a photo opportunity and take it. An added bonus is that your subject could have 2 black eyes, a broken nose and no one would be any the wiser!
#1 - On Family Shoots
This approach works really well for natural shots on family shoots.
#2 - At Weddings
As for wedding photos - the details of the bride’s dress and hair are often stunning but overlooked.
You can capture those magical moments...
#3 - The Story Behind...
This shot always makes me smile. A walk from Saltdean to Rottingdean proved too much for this little girl's legs. Daddy to the rescue!
Next time you are out with your camera, give some back shots a go!
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See you next week!
Road Shack Celebrating One Year in Peacehaven, Wow!
We have just completed one whole year here in Peacehaven and to celebrate we have had a few promotional photos taken by local guy, Steven Brooks of Brooks Original Photos.
We also had a small gathering of regular customers, friends and supporters around on the afternoon of Friday 16th March to share a cake and a coffee with us!
If you haven't come across us yet, we are an American-style cafe serving reasonably priced vegan comfort food. We have pancake stacks, burgers, fries, nachos, coffee, brownies, cookies and more. There is also a small range of gluten-free options including two homemade burgers, panini, brownies and our homemade pancakes.
The cafe is small and cosy. We have tried to create a friendly, community atmosphere where people can chat to each other and children can leaf through the books in our little library. Two local vegan groups have meet ups here on a regular basis and we have a box of leaflets, magazines and other interesting items fore you to dip into (and take away if you wish). We also host a monthly book club. Please see our Facebook page and website for all the latest details. Hope to see you here soon! Anne (cook) and Julie (barista).
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A huge THANK YOU HOME-TO-HOME MOVES for their help in getting the Easter drop-off donations delivered!
A big thank you to Tony from home-2-home moves who kindly delivered all the Easter donations to our local food bank and to the homeless centre in Brighton in his big removal van - Top guy!
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Come and visit our new yoga studio in Saltdean!
We are holding an open day on Sunday 15th of April 2018 from 2pm to 5pm.
From 2pm to 3pm, there will be an informal chat about the shed and the style of yoga we practice, accompanied by healthy biscuits and tea!
From 3pm to 4pm, join in the Yoga class for all levels.
From 4pm to 5pm, more Yoga with live harmonium & flute music.
The Lakshmi Yoga Shed is a beautiful small yoga studio in a peaceful part of Saltdean.
We offer classes in small groups, with space for personal attention and questions.
The 90 minute classes offer enough time to immerse deeply into yoga and recharge. Benefits will be felt on a physical, emotional and spiritual level, bringing joy, strength and ease.
This integral yoga style is suitable for all ages and abilities, and can be adapted for special requirements.
We offer regular classes, Yoga Days, One to One Programs, Kids Yoga, Saturdays and Yoga with Live Music.
For further information please contact Yvette on 0748 609 6497
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out about our exclusive Lakshmi Yoga Shed offer click/tap on the BuyLocal Directory image below!
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B is for BOREDOM
If your dog is slowing down a bit in their senior years, you can hide the ball that finds its way under the sofa and introduce some Mind Games. Again, you can find all sorts to buy or make one with tennis balls in a muffin tin with treats hidden underneath. The dogs will spend ages picking out the balls to get to the treats.
Snuffle Mats, perhaps hiding low calorie treats, can encourage mind stimulation
C is for CARPETS... or lack of
This is the top way to keep your dog injury free according to Natalie Lenton of the Canine Massage Therapy Centre (http://www.k9-massageguild.co.uk/the-number-1-way-to-keep-your-dog-injury-free/). I know, laminate floors are easy to look after, but they can be very tricky to navigate if you’ve got aging joints or small paws.
You don’t need to completely carpet your house, just provide islands of runners and mats so the dogs can get safely from their bed, to the door, to their food bowl. Otherwise, to the dog, it can be like walking over a glacier. I always carry a number of carpet runners in my car for visits for demonstration. Every time the dogs, walk straight to it and on it.
About AchyPaw - Home to Supple Dogs
We offer a one to one physical therapy treatment session for the needs of your dog. This includes massage, exercise advice, home adaptation advice and individualised reference workbooks.
We also deliver classes and workshops on a group or individual basis teaching you how to massage your own dog at home.
We use specialised knowledge and training from both canine and human massage skills and experience to detect and target troublesome areas in your dog. Regular physical therapy for your dog offers a drug free form of pain relief that can help to prevent recurrence of the conditions that caused the pain, keep your pet in top condition, help to maintain their health and comfort and improve their quality of life.
By being able to offer this multi-modal approach of massage, complementary therapy, myotherapy, exercise and advice, we offer an integrative and affordable holistic mode of care for your dog.
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Reiki is Japanese for Universal Energy. It describes the old age art of physical, mental, and spiritual healing through channelling.
This method has been around for over 2000 years and was already in many ancient cultures. Dr. Mikao Usui re-discovered Reiki and further developed in the twentieth century. Reiki is translated to Universal, Rei, Life Energy or Life Force
Reiki is not a religion - Reiki is a form of inner healing, the body's own self healing powers are activated. Once activated it flows as a healing energy from your hands.
Reiki can be especially helpful for:
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