The more photographing I do the more I realise I like using windows to frame shots. As I scroll through my memory cards and my phone I see more and more photos of windows. Either looking out through them, the window itself or from the outside looking at a wall with a row
I need to explain my un-authorised absences over the past few weeks first of all. For the past month I have been suffering from “cluster headaches”. A right royal pain in the arse head which are a bit like an ice cream brain freeze, eight or ten times a day and last about half
. I don’t do New Year’s Eve. Not normally. I like to pretend it is just another day. That the telly programmes on tonight are not special and that we can go to bed at 10pm, just like normal. But then we got invited out to a friend’s house tonight and Mr B
. You may be having a Peter Kaye cheesecake moment here…”rent a camera ?……cameras, to rent? Renting? Cameras?” Why would you do that? As it turns out, quite a few reasons. Let’s ignore, for a moment, the chap who borrowed his son’s camera to record the trip of a lifetime to Las Vegas and spent
. Another great theme for The Gallery this week: Home Comforts. Thoughts of the one thing that that we cannot live without. Of course I have lots of things I think I cannot live without, but obviously I can as they are all at home. And well, I am not. I am thousands of
What MB thinks about Fujifilm’s XA-2 camera.
/ Time. The one thing we can’t buy that I really wish we could. It is possibly the most important commodity. Who wouldn’t want to buy more time? As you may have guessed I have been pondering time and life in general a lot recently. Thinking I need to spend more
. S’funny isn’t it when you remember just a single snippet of a conversation from years ago and it really sticks in your head. It was Simon Calder giving a talk on travel writing at a blog conference when asked how a blogger could get into being a travel blogger. His reply was