Welcome to Foxglove Lane Studio
Capturing light and shade. Connecting more deeply to the love and loss of life and land. Sharing it all from a small patch of Mother Earth that deserves a future!
"One eye sees, the other feels." Paul Klee
Post-heroic stories aren’t focused on individual glory; they’re focused on community. On diversity. It’s not about slaying the dragon, but about harnessing his special skills – making him […]
“We need the tonic of wildness…At the same time that we are earnest to explore and learn all things, we require that all things be mysterious and unexplorable, that […]
Living as a rural artist is challenging. Out here in County Waterford, we have to make our own fun as they used to say. We make everything up from […]
O I could gush! Spring has arrived and underfoot things are hotting up. Although these wild couple of acres give fantastic cover to all sorts of small animals, […]
And everything is slower here. I have to keep reminding myself. This ice will melt. The evenings will lighten. The soil will warm. Spring will come again. And […]
Q. How many Irish Mammies does it take to change a lightbulb? A. Sure don’t mind me I’ll be grand in the dark. Irish joke […]
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On a rainy Sunday in 2011 I posted a photo on the first Foxglove Lane Blog. Since then I've been a regular photoblogger. When you subscribe, you will get an occasional update to your inbox and a downloadable Guide to practicing Photography with Heart.
Catherine Drea is a contemplative photographer, writer and facilitator. She lives and works down a long green lane, in County Waterford, Ireland. An advocate for conservation and biodiversity, her blog has observed the beauty and decline of one small patch of the planet since February 2011.
The Foxglove Lane Blog has won a number of Irish Blog Awards for photography, including Best Photography Blog 2018. Find out more about Catherine here
You can buy signed prints of any image on this site or in the Galleries printed here in the Foxglove Lane Studio, up to A2 size and they can be posted anywhere within a few days. Please contact Catherine here.