Monthly Archives: March 2014

A photo a day – difficulties living in the moment

Yesterday’s big bleed really got to me. I’ve tried for years to develop coping strategies for when things go wrong and one of these is about living in the moment. Most of us don’t know what the future holds. We … Continue reading

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A photo a day – New Directions

Today’s image could have been presented in two ways. The image below is a photo of a digital picture I created yesterday. I was just thinking about the journey I had been on with my photography and how I had … Continue reading

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A photo a day – hidden from view

Today’s photo is of an everyday thing not seen by many people. When I drive with anyone else in my car they stow the wheelchair in the car boot/trunk for me. But when I drive alone I put the back … Continue reading

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A photo a day – the first 100 days

So today marks the one hundredth day of this series. The image is a tetraptych study of light and form. While I am pleased with the result the real personal benefit to me was in the taking, processing and creating … Continue reading

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Review – Degree Feedback

Here are the two sets of summary comments in regard of the last year work modules that determine the classification of my photography degree. I think it’s worth spending a bit of time reflecting on these.     The comments … Continue reading

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A photo a day – glory or death?

Today started well, I received my final results that determined my photography degree classification. The marks were significantly  lower that for the other module but still high enough to mean I’d receive a first class degree. So that part of … Continue reading

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A photo a day – associations

I’ve been reading Mythologies recently. The book is really all about values and associations and how one thing, or type of thing,  becomes associated with a set of values in the public’s mind. I didn’t have these thoughts in the … Continue reading

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A photo a day – a repeating theme

  I know I have recently included a number of images of Spring flowers – but its just because it’s their colour and presence that draws me outside after so many winter months. Of course I go out in winter … Continue reading

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A photo a day – mythologies

As regular readers of my blog will know, Sunday is a day of going around the corner and fetching the papers and so most of my photos taken on a Sunday are related to that. But today’s image is different. … Continue reading

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A photo a day – Spring colour

  I love moments like this: the dark rain clouds haven’t given way yet and the strong Spring sunshine holds sway. Thoughts of winter are receding and plans for the coming summer are to the fore. But right now I’m … Continue reading

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