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New Blog Feature – Monthly Instagram Roundup – Best Photographs & Art Work In Progress! Feb 2019 – The Journey Thus Far…

Monthly Instagram Roundup – Feb 2019

The Journey Thus Far…

So to introduce this new feature I guess the title does all the necessary summing up of what it’s about and I can pretty much jump straight into getting to the pictures part.

Just before that however, I must admit that this first post has a couple of photos taken before February 2019 that just couldn’t be left off and as this is a new feature it made sense that I’d get away with it this once.

All of the photos are my own, taken with either my phone or digital camera and then edited solely using Instagram.

I hope that you enjoy this selection of my favourite photos that I’ve taken and posted to Instagram,  please feel free to follow me on there and start a conversation!

@JGloverArt

Each photo has been given a unique title to give a bit of a storytelling vibe; being a born storyteller it would have felt wrong not to give them titles that have more meaning than a mere description of the scene shown.

What I would really like to know from my readers is –

Which one is your favourite and why?

What sort of story do you imagine your favourite one tells?

I really will enjoy to read your thoughts on these questions and to have a conversation regarding them.

My favourite for each month will be chosen as the featured image.

The Farewell Speech!

As always, be sure to follow/subscribe to my blog to stay updated.

To be the first to see my art and works in progress, as well as behind the scenes exclusives –

Follow me on Instagram

@JGloverArt

Until next time, farewell!

JGlover

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2 thoughts on “New Blog Feature – Monthly Instagram Roundup – Best Photographs & Art Work In Progress! Feb 2019 – The Journey Thus Far…

  1. I love this! They all are gorgeous (and make me want to visit England more than ever), but I think the overgrown church is my favorite. It’s like God and man made something beautiful for the other to enjoy in one place.

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    1. Thank you for your comment, it helps me validate doing this new feature which will help commit me to at least one post per month on my quieter months on the art production front.

      Yes, that overgrown church was absolutely incredible to see and such a great find, I almost walked past it! I’m going back there soon with my sketchbook!

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