Heavenly Pip

My first post since the death of my beloved Pip.  I knew it was going to be hard when she went but I never imagined I would feel so much grief.  I haven’t stopped crying for four days and I think there will be more tears in the days, maybe weeks, to come.  How can one little dog affect your life so much.

So today I started experimenting again with my wood photographs.  I’ve been wracking my brain for weeks wondering what I would write in Japanese on the photographs.  You see I’ve decided to take my love of the Far East and introduce it into my Castle Eden photographs.  It was only natural that this is the path that I would take.  At first I thought I would write my name on the photographs and I was going with that until this week.  What better tribute to a little animal that brought so much love, companionship and fun to my life then to have her name immortalised on my photographs.

I searched the internet to find a translator which would translate Heavenly Pip into Japanese.  I think I have got it right but I still need to check it out, just to make sure that is what it reads.  If there is anyone out there that can verify if it is correct then please contact me.

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