It’s Valentine’s Day today, the sun is shining, the sky is blue. The air is almost warm, garden is starting to think about coming to life after winter.
Today would have been my brother’s birthday. He would have been 46. I can’t imagine him being 46. And through his own choice, he never will be. He will be forever 22. Happy Birthday, little brother.
Across the UK during the past week or so, we have had snow days. It’s nowhere near as problematic as in some places, but it does disrupt things. I suspect, mainly because we’re not used to it!
Wandered down to the beach for my usual Wednesday lunch with my Dad, and Oh WOW! My pictures, on the wall, Framed prints for sale at Francos, Aberavon, Port Talbot.
Today is about making time to do things. Over the winter I’ve let things slip, rested back on habits and conveniences that aren’t ideal.
Canvases of my photos have been available for sale for a while at a local beach restaurant. But they’re redecorating at the moment. So I thought it might be time to change things up a bit. I’ve asked them to put up some framed prints instead.
You know when you’re working on something, a long term project that’s going to take months to complete?
Success comes in many forms, and we don’t always recognise it when it arrives. A promotion at work, exam results, all are often celebrated as success. But what about the smaller things that happen every day in our lives? This is a snowdrop, the flower just about to open, tucked away in a flower bed … Continue reading Success
Your camera will be different to mine, although most DSLRs have many things in common. And all cameras have some similarities.
The weather is cold, mostly wet, grey, and I haven’t had the camera out properly in weeks. So, until the weather improves, it’s all about learning again.