Photography Now!

I’ve recently updated my About Now page to reflect on what I’m doing currently with photography, cameras, cycling and blogging.

You can read more here – About Now.


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11 thoughts on “Photography Now!”

  1. Although I may not comment often enough, just want you to know that I appreciate the hard work you put in to generate a new post every 36 hrs. I’m spending some time editing some photos I took 2 weeks ago in Charleston, SC. Very different from film, but I do also enjoy the beauty I can capture with my digital work. You can find me on Flickr. Also just started a web page, landscape Not sure what I’ll do with it, but fun to set up. Spring has sprung here in the South, so soon we’ll have some great photo ops in the Blue Ridge. Thanks for sharing your experiences with us.

  2. I have been playing around with recording video and audio for my 20 Second Meditation series on my YouTube channel. Also have been working on releasing new work on my Family is Family series on my IG account. Can’t seem to generate the output on my website/blog as you do so well. 👏👏👏

    1. Thanks Lisa, well most of what I do online is blogs, so it means I can commit time to it without trying to juggle five social media accounts etc.

      20 Second Meditation sounds intriguing… Feel free to leave a link here to your YouTube…

    1. Lisa Marie that is very concerning that we only have an eight second concentration span. But how can that be true? How would we ever be able to read a blog post, let alone a chapter of a book? It can’t be right!

      1. I totally understand your thinking down. But how often do we read a paragraph only to have to re-read it because our mind drifted somewhere else while we are reading. Were you able to truly fully immerse yourself in the 20 second meditations without being distracted by any thinking outside the moment?

      2. Let me rephrase that last sentence. Were you able to fully immerse yourself in the 20 second meditations without being distracted by thoughts outside that experience?

      3. Maybe sometimes our concentration drifts, but I can certainly read many pages of a book or website without this happening – certainly far longer than 20 seconds! Very worrying if this is the average person’s attention span!

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