Ann Lewis, an amateur photographer based on the Isle of Wight, joins ReWilding My Life host Yang-May Ooi, to talk about how her passion for nature photography showed her a new way of looking at the world and also made her more confident out and about on her own.
Ann Lewis and I are friends and also friends on Facebook. She posts beautiful photos of nature on Facebook every day. They are carefully curated to create a mood or bring out a theme for the day. Sometimes she adds a poem, too. I love seeing her nature photos that evoke the beauty of the Isle of Wight where she lives. They have even inspired us to take a trip there later this year to see the natural beauty of that island for ourselves…
I had to talk to her for my ReWilding My Life project of course!
Here is our conversation:
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These are links to some of the things we talked about:
Ann Lewis website – www.Ann-Lewis.co.uk
Isle of Wight – https://www.visitisleofwight.co.uk/
Ann’s camera is a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000 bridge – bit.ly/panasonic-lumix-bridge
What is a Bridge Camera? Wikipedia reveals all at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bridge_camera
Photo of Ann by Jane Howard, with permission
Special thanks also to Peter Lewis for the video footage of Ann in action.
ReWilding My Life is a Tiger Spirit project about re-connecting with nature and a more natural way of being, conceived and presented by Yang-May Ooi and produced by TigerSpirit.co.uk.
Author: Yang-May Ooi
Yang-May Ooi is a multimedia author & TEDx speaker. Her creative projects include Bound Feet Blues (theatre), South London Voices and Creative Conversations (podcasts) and The Nowhere Land Project (photography). She also works with individuals, non-profits and small businesses to help them tell their unique stories in inspiring words and images. ¦ www.TigerSpirit.co.uk