REBECCA MARR photographer


Walking Lake Orcadie

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Cove Park Hands On

I was delighted to make a Hands-On children’s activity sheet for Cove Park. The commission was to think about a creative thing that can be done at home using materials and equipment that can be easily found. The result is ‘Alphabet You’, can you crack the code? Clink the link below for the activity sheet … Continue reading

Wild Iris

They are just fading now, but the Yellow Flag has added something to recent walks. Wild Iris / Yellow flag / Yellow Iris Iris pseudacorus Known in Orkney as Segs. ‘The raw juice of this plant was used to cure toothache. The juice was sucked up the nose.’ – Magnus Spence, Flora Orcadensis  ‘Snuff made … Continue reading

Poisonous, potent, purple and spooky.

The Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) chose Orkney as its north-most natural post. 1 I’ve been watching the foxgloves out of the kitchen window. They have made remarkable trumpeted bolts up the far wall of the kirk green. On a day of dark skies and bright sunlight I decided to make a portrait of them. Among her … Continue reading

Book out – Walking Lake Orcadie

Walking Lake Orcadie is now published as a book with foreword by Antonia Thomas. Hard backed image wrap cover with 48 pages on uncoated 105gsm paper. 26 x 23cm. Copies can be signed if you wish. You can see the images in my earlier post here. Available for £20 + £3 postage to anywhere in … Continue reading

Down the line to Stills

Ben Harman the Director of Stills Gallery has been calling up photographers to have a chat Down The Line. This week I was delighted to get the call. CLICK HERE

Postcards from Lake Orcadie

I’m delighted to have the Lake Orcadie series published in the Open Eye Gallery‘s offshoot site Open Eye Stories. The photographs are accompanied by the words of neighbour, friend, fellow flagstone fan and archaeologist Dr Antonia Thomas ‘Walk Through Time / Postcards From Lake Orcadie’. A walk through time / Postcards from Lake Orcadie by … Continue reading