Another week has passed us by and the girls at TMK HQ have been busy doing what we do. You’ll see below a little snapshot of the last 7 days. Enjoy 🙂


I often come home to a whole gang of sparrows in the hedge next to where I park the car. They hide initially but soon start to poke their heads out to see what is going on. This little chap was taken at ISO 200, F5.6 and 1/400sec.



This is a shot from my first commercial job in Singapore with a Donna Hay food stylist. I shot in natural light and used my reflector with material clamped to it as a fake wall. Food is always very tricky to shoot. Light and colour balance can be hard to nail so I’m thrilled with it.



This is a scene from my daily walk around the village of Breakish on the Isle of Skye. By this point of the walk my dogs have cantered off ahead of me and I am gazing at the scenery. These sheep always entertain me. Like four elderly ladies they stroll around their croft together, always looking hopefully in case I have a bale of hay about my person. Not once in 3 years have I had a bale of hay, but they remain hopeful. In photographic terms I love to shoot landscapes at this time of year. The low sun in the north creates beautiful golden light all day long and I liked the way it was catching the sheep against the darker background of the land.” F11. 1/160. ISO 250 (nothing wrong with a classic setting from time to time!)

IOTW sheep snow


This week I am practising what I preach and have begun the, somewhat humongous, task of sorting out the 1000’s of images stashed away in my hard drive. Some are for printing, like the one above, and others are to go into coffee table books. I was prompted by a friend who has literally lost ALL of her family photos and is pretty much devastated by that fact. A lesson to us all maybe? It’s going to take me weeks, if not months to complete the project but the memories and the smiles will be worth it.



This is the quayside where I live in Fowey. I think I prefer the view in winter with a moody sky. It’s one of my favourite sights and I always wander around the quayside when I pop into town.

Fowey - Melissa Love


A view of an now-iconic building in London. I love the fact that it shines over all of the city.


Natasha Davies Natasha Davies Photography
Victoria Ward
Rosie Woodhouse Love Skye Photography
Melissa Love Melissa Love
Megan Morgan
Penny Hardie Penny Hardie Photography


Think big and reach for the stars,