Another bank holiday has passed us by and I got the opportunity to give my camera a rare outing. A local band, “Kellys Heros” was playing in the East Kent Pub, just round the corner from where I am now living, So I figure this would be an ideal excuse to remind myself of just… Continue reading Bank Holiday Music
My First update of this Journal in a very long time. This year has been an explosion of craziness, I’ve spent way too much time on work stuff, not enough time with my camera and pretty much no time at all on this site and its content. My aim is to change all the above over… Continue reading Breaking a deafening Silence
Every now and again, I like to go back over some of the photos I have previously created and see if, as I learn more, have I missed anything.
I am very conscious that it has been an age since I updated this blog. Earlier in the year I started a new job, and I am ashamed to say that I have been so distracted by it a few things have fallen by the way side.
It’s funny the effect a bit of sunshine can have on the psyche. We often talk about how it can turn the biggest sourpuss into a grinning loon. I however, at this time of the year find myself thinking about the beach, and home.
Warning: this is not a post about photography, although it does contain a few snaps of last nights indulgent idiocy. I want to write something down, as I have woken up this morning with a sense of… I want to say sadness, but it isn’t that….
On 11th April 2012, I finally decided on a new hobby. To pick up a camera and see if I was capable of creating a picture that wasn’t a stinker. During the next 12 months I can honestly say that I learned a lot, and thoroughly enjoyed experimenting and reading about the art of photography. What… Continue reading Year One Complete
The first few months of this year have been an interesting affair in the life of this little person. I have been so consumed by my impending career change, while searching for the meaning in various parts of my life and identity, that my photographic hobby has taken a bit of a back seat.
I spend my life travelling across the river Thames, here’s a photo.