About Now

What I’m up to right now…


Enjoying my project for this year – One Month, One Camera – which has seen me shooting just one camera for a whole month.

After three months with three different digital compacts, for April I’m going back to my Micro Four Thirds Panasonic Lumix GF1 to get to know it better.


With the One Month, One Camera project I found that although I’ve only been using one camera per month, I’d fallen into the trap of picking up one or two new (to me) old digital cameras for future months.

Not an addiction I plan to return to any further.



This year I’ve been posting a new blog post every 36 hours. The schedule is simple – 7am on day one, 7pm day two, and day three off, then starting the three day sequence again on the fourth day.

I’ve found far more benefits than downsides of this 36 hours approach.

It’s also helped me appreciate blogs in general even more, and how different they are from other social media like Facebook, Twitter and Instragram.


Still cycling to work most days on The Mule, my ebike, and I’ve just passed my 100th day of making the commute, a minor landmark.

My other two bikes should start to see more action now we’re into daylight saving time, though frost and intermittent sleet this week (the first of April) hasn’t exactly been encouraging.

What are you up to right now?

Updated Friday 5 April 2019

(The idea for this page came from the frequently inspiring Derek Sivers.)