Do you make photographs just for the sake of having something new to share on your blog? Or do you blog when you're ready, to share the photographs you've already made? Mostly, when I'm out making photographs myself, I'm not thinking about this blog. I just want to find beautiful compositions, and enjoy whichever camera… Continue reading Do You Blog To Photograph Or Photograph To Blog?
On 1 October 2010, I decided to begin a daily 20 minute yoga routine. Today is the 10th anniversary. Whilst the practice has evolved and now includes yoga, other exercise, gratitudes and meditation, it remains an absolute rock at the start of each day, and over this decade I've missed only a handful of sessions,… Continue reading 3650 Days Later
When I'm out with camera, my general approach is to look for things I find beautiful, then try to capture them in a way that will adequately convey that beauty to others. My photography is about discovering what's already there, removing the extraneous from the frame, and making a permanent record of it, for myself,… Continue reading Photography – Imagined Or Discovered?
Throughout my life I've had a keen interest in music, and find that I cycle back to my absolutely favourites over and over again. Sometimes, if it's been a while, I hear and experience the music in a slightly different way, a combination of the experiences and growth I've gone through since I last listened.… Continue reading The Ones We Return To
If you're a regular here you may have noticed I'm pretty fond of numbers and stats, like the activity this blog sees. My daily routine of yoga/exercise/gratitude is packed with numbers like a Snickers is with peanuts, clocking how many press ups and squats and sun salutations I complete, amongst other things. And with photography,… Continue reading Photography Happiness – Escaping The Numbers