Sue joined us at the February flea and is back again on 29th April with her eclectic mix of art and gifts.
After joining a local wildlife page on Facebook in 2015, Sue was inspired to have a go at photography although she didn't really know one end of a camera from the other! People seemed to enjoy and appreciate her contribution which inspired her to try and take even better pictures.
Spending a few hours enjoying nature and taking picutres is a welcome break from Sue's caring duties, looking after her disabled son. Looking back over her photos, days or even months later, brings back memories of each trip out. This year Sue's photos include the robins nesting in her garage and of the fledglings before they flew out into the big wide world.
The bird shaped feeders are one of Sue's favourite products. They are so unusual compared to the usual cylindrical variety.
The image on the cushion is from Sue's picture of a fox taken at the farm where her son goes horse riding - it looks fabulous against the black background.
The boardwalk photo was taken on a trip to Littlehampton which brings back memories of another favourite photo of cinnabar moth catterpillars on ragwort.
Come along and have a look at Sue's wonderful stall at the next Sugar and Spice Flea Market held on 29th April at The Grange Pub, Warwick Road, Ealing. Open 12-5pm.