KMorral's photography tends to focus on plants, landscapes and buildings, mainly taken with a Canon Powershot 650 - although in the near future this much loved but ageing piece of equipment shall be retired and a new replacement found.
Minimal post-production work is applied to the photographs unless stated.
Since November 2015, house rabbits have become an increasingly important part of KMorral's life and inspiration.
Smudge, a two year old black house bunny with a quick curiosity, strong confidence and love of food. Bart a one year old shy white rabbit who is growing to share Smudge's confidence, although easy to startle and cautious in new environments.
Looking beyond the watchful eyes and twitching ears of the bunnies, KMorral find inspiration, muses if you like, from sweeping panoramic landscapes, to the intricate detail of floral and mechanical creations.
The British geography offers such a beautiful range of scenery that KMorral is incapable of resisting the urge to capture images on film. Particular favourites are woodland, water and mountain scenes - when all are combined KMorral is at home.
KMorral is delighted to confirm that her image 'Stormy Night' is now available as a book cover for the East Anglian Festival of Culture's Anthology 'Night time' raising funds for Alzheimers Research Uk. This is available through Amazon and local stores in Lowestoft.
KMorral's images are available through Redbubble on a range of items - please do have a browse through the shop (not all images are available in all formats) - rabbit gifts for bunny lovers as well as musical, fantastical, landscape, (including floral, water features) and still life images.
Available products include stickers, cards, photographic prints, t-shirts, bags, phone cases, laptop cases, mugs, notebooks, throw cushions, clocks and scarves.