Dear Photographer Colour Magazine Jan/Feb 2019 | Published Work | Huntingdon, Ely and Cambridge photographer, Diana Hagues
As I am sat writing this blog post at my desk, the warm sunlight is shining through my window, and out on my dog walks I have spotted some signs of Spring with yellow daffodils growing along the avenue, purple crocuses appearing in the brown patches of soil and little buds of pink cherry blossoms flowering on trees. The sudden burst of colours brings a cheerful welcome to the dull canvas we have been having through the winter.
I’ve been also getting a further dose of colour inspiration through the Dear Photographer Colourful edition magazine, which this time excitingly features two of my photos - a full-page spread in the Orange Collection and also another photo in the P52 radness section from my Travelling Mustard Dress series (seen HERE).
I will always be forever grateful to this photography magazine for being the first magazine to publish my work and Janel Peyton, the editor-in-chief, who saw something in my photos to be selected four times for this beautifully curated magazine. Sadly, as I share this, I learnt that Janel has stepped down from this role to focus on her family and dedicate her energy to her other photographic projects. She wrote a poignant farewell piece on the Dear Photographer blog about the magazine and her original vision HERE.
I like to take this opportunity to thank Janel for her dedication and hard work in putting together each magazine and giving so much encouragement and recognition to many photographers, like myself, to continually produce not only beautiful photographs but also inspiring in originality, creativity and art.
Janel, I wish you all the best in your future ventures. Diana x
A few more images from the Dear Photographer magazine’s Colourful Edition.