Room of Dreams – my 3D virtual exhibition at #naf2022 – has 57 of my nature and landscape images and I’ve just realised that seven of the images on the landscapes wall are of Hogsback. That’s by far the biggest number from any one place. All of them were taken over the past two years – through the COVID lockdown periods – when we were able to travel up to Hogsback and stay with Helen @wildfoxhill. Hogsback’s a magical, dreamy place with hidden waterfalls, shafts of light through the forests, wild skies, misty views, mountain storms and terrific sunsets. The seven pictures capture those moods – though they tend to be dark – not surprisingly in the circumstances over the past two years.
You are very welcome to visit my Room of Dreams. It’s an immersive virtual gallery that will open in your web browser taking between 30 seconds and a minute depending on your internet connection and device settings. Once the walls have filled up with images you are free to walk around to see each image full size and order prints or downloads. I’d recommend using a large screen display to get the best viewing experience.
The title and inspiration for the exhibition come from the lovely interpretation of the Tao te Ching by DR Streeter that sits on my bedside table:
Within the house
a room of dreams