A Moment in Time

Anne Clark


Having turned 60 in January 2019, I wanted to mark my significant birthday by doing something special and this book is it.  A collection of some of my photographs alongside, hopefully, fitting quotations.
I have a passion for taking photographs and having lived in Wiltshire for 20 years I am spoilt for choice as we are surrounded by beautiful countryside.  Along with my husband Stephen and our two black Labradors, Ella and Lottie, we go to the most stunning areas on our daily walks - most of the time with my trusted camera ready to capture that 'moment in time'.  It's amazing how the views of the same area can change with different light, weather and seasons.  One of our favourite areas to walk is at Erlestoke, part of Salisbury Plain.  This is my 'happy place'.  We also take wonderful walks along the tow paths of the Kennet and Avon canal.
Having had an interest in photography for many years, our move to Wiltshire and the wonderful countryside and light gave me the inspiration to develop my interest further and start a small business from home.  This has now grown over time and I supply photographic greetings cards to some local outlets and have also sold photographs worldwide via an on-line stock library.  I am a bit of a purist so only do basic editing on my laptop so 'what you see is what you get' with my photographs. 

I work closely with Thumbnail Media, a local media/printing company.  Amanda and Keith are a husband and wife team and they produce all my greetings cards, prints, calendar requirements and now book.

I support a charity called Reverse Rett ( which was set up in 2009 to raise funds for research and a potential cure for Rett Syndrome.  My beautiful niece, Lauren, was diagnosed with Rett Syndrome just before her second birthday.

Rett Syndrome is a neurological condition which most often strikes previously healthy little girls between their first and second birthday, leaving them with multiple disabilities and medical complexities for life.  Estimated to affect 1:10,000 live female births, the disorder is rarely seen in males.  Most people with Rett Syndrome are unable to speak, walk or use their hands.  Breathing problems, feeding tubes, seizures, anxiety, gastrointestinal and orthopaedic issues are common. Research has shown that people with Rett do not have brain damage.  They know and understand much more than their bodies allow them to show – but they are locked in, trapped by a body that cannot obey signals from their brain.

I am delighted that some of the quotations have been submitted by family members and friends of girls with Rett Syndrome.  Profits from the sale of this book will be donated to Reverse Rett.

I hope you enjoy looking at this collection.

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