The fourth day of the Advent Photography Challenge is Time. This is the key to time itself! Check out the Facebook Group. Apologies to those of you who aren’t used to my photography. I’m rediscovering my mojo and really enjoying it. This is what it used to be like before I was constantly having to produce
The third day of the Advent Photography Challenge is Peace. The sun in the late afternoon sky was amazing and throwing a wonderful orange glow across everything. 2 minutes drive away…. Ogden Water. Peace. Check out the Facebook Group. Apologies to those of you who aren’t used to my photography. I’m rediscovering my mojo and
Day 2 of Advent – “Bound”. For I am bound by the laws of photography to point the camera at all sunsets and kittens. I’m going to attempt to do the Advent photo a day challenge. There is a group on Facebook doing it.
You’ve probably spotted that I’ve been getting my photography mojo back. Having spent a few years only ever taking photos for a deadline I’ve managed to get past my blockage and start shooting for fun again. This is a crucifix in Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris.
Day 1 of Advent – “Go”. I’m going to attempt to do the Advent photo a day challenge. There is a group on Facebook doing it.
From our day out in Paris.
Click for a larger look on my flickr account. The deer have been outside our back window for nearly an hour now. This is actually a shot from a week ago when just one of them was the other side of our garden fence. There’s normally three.
Here is the view out of my window 30 minutes ago.
“Wearing a cross” seems to be the theme of the day on twitter. I have a variety of opinions about the “marginalisation of religion”. Unsurprisingly they don’t tend to correspond with the things that the national press seem to keep publishing. Perhaps I will write about them in the coming weeks. This seems to be
I spotted this guy outside Covent Garden begging/busking. He’s found a traffic cone and he is playing all of the Christmas Classics on it. He was very good. Of course this photo doesn’t exist because we don’t have any poor people in the UK.