There is something about not having any elecric light, something that resonates with us as humans.
Today I got myself a 30″ high resolution monitor (the Dell U3011) and suddenly all images on my blog seem very small. In any case click for larger version.
So barren yet a result of the collective labour of so many.
A lack of inspiration – we all have days like this. Today was a day off for me and I really wanted to go out shooting but did’nt know just what to shoot. So I came up with the idea of shooting numbers ; now I know what you are thinking “what an utterly boring idea!” – but to make it more interesting I told myself that the numbers had to be of different styles and materials; this forcing me to be creative.
I had set my mind up for 30 numbers (in a 6×5 grid), when I got home however I noticed that I’d missed the oh so elusive “17”, “28” and of course the mysterious “29”. So I had to settle for a 4×4 instead. Maybe this will inspire some of you to do the same kind of planned shooting to get the creative neurons going :)
Spontaneous children are a joy to shoot – this being the fun loving son of my mate. (Do visit his blog at http://penbow.wordpress.com )
I accidently changed theme and cannot remember my old one so the site layout may change quite a few times today and tomorrow.
(Random older post below)
Photography is frozen moments of time.
[as usual click for a larger image]
Simple summary of autumn.
What caught my attention this rather late evening was the shimmering colours in contrast to the dull overcast light.