Last month was my birthday, I’m another year older and I would say slightly more wiser. If I look back to where I was a year ago, I have moved into such a better place personally and into a job that is so much more fulfilling.
So it’s that time again, the months are flying by. I’m now back working, so it’s been interesting getting used to that balance again.
As another month comes to an end, I’m taking the opportunity to look back at the images I’ve taken and picking out my highlights.
This month I have been able to get out a bit more and capture the local coastline and a few other places. I have tried to find new places that I can capture over the next few months and years.
Over the past couple of years, I’ve had the privilege to help my uncle to both feed the bees and extract honey from his hives.
So another month has gone by and we are still in a very odd place in terms of the current pandemic. The restrictions have been loosened in the UK so I’ve been able to get out with the camera
As the alarm sounded I opened my eyes to the pitch black. Lol, this is As the alarm sounded I opened my eyes to the pitch black. Lol, this is not a novel. Yesterday was the first time I took a trip out to take landscape photographs since the UK lockdown. What can I say[…]
I have been trying to stay creative, but also try and do a few other things to pass the time.
‘Highlights’ is probably not the best word to use in the current situation. But I suppose I’ve been able to use this time to good effect. We also can’t forget the positives of life sometimes. The chance to explore my photographic archive, finishing the shop on here, and thinking about where I may go when I get the opportunity after lockdown.
Isolation has been much of the same really. I’ve been working on getting my shop up and live and also taken some time to look back over old photos.