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Covid Spring, Hastings 2020

As the nation begins to ease out of strict lockdown, Marybeth Haas reflects in images on the juxtaposition of the pandemic forcing our habits to change alongside the unstoppable unfolding of Spring. She sees the pandemic as an opportunity for people to reflect, question and to allow more of their own true nature to come to the forefront, to reassess priorities and to  choose healthier ways of being.

Posted 16:47 Saturday, Jun 6, 2020 In: Covid-19 Tags: coronavirus covid-19 global pandemic Hastings in lockdown Mary Beth Haas Marybeth Haas mb haas social distancing Spring

Plastication Imagination photography on Hastings seafront

Marybeth Haas shares her thoughts and ideas behind this series of six images, currently exhibited on advertising boards on Hastings promenade, a Coastal Currents and Photo Hastings event running until 27 October.

Wild Hastings photography exhibition at the station

Wild Hastings features the work of PhotoHastings members Rose Biela, Ian Grant, Marybeth Haas and Andrew Moran and is part of the 2018 PH season of events. Marybeth Haas shares her vision for curating this free and accessible exhibition at Hastings Rail Station on now until 31 January 2019.

Posted 16:39 Wednesday, Dec 5, 2018 In: Photography Tags: Andrew Moran Art connecting with nature Hastings Rail Station Ian Grant Mary Beth Haas Marybeth Haas mb haas nature Photo Hastings photography exhibition well being Wild Hastings

Active beach love

For some years now I have been cleaning the plastic rubbish I see when I am on the beach exercising, walking or on my way somewhere. I do this now largely without judgment or agenda but I went through a whole process before I felt able to peaceably beach clean whenever I can. When I began to notice the shear volume of rubbish from day to day seemingly waiting for me, I felt angry and despairing about the ignorance of all ‘those people’ who litter, who don’t seem to care, who perpetuate the crazy systems we live within whereby its ‘normal’ to use something once and ‘throw it away’. ‘Away where?!’ I ranted to myself, writes Marybeth Haas.

Posted 11:30 Wednesday, Mar 14, 2018 In: Nature Tags: beach plastic ecopsychology Hastings beach mb haas
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