Just before Easter the Mister and I spent a week in Mallorca. It was beautiful, a fantastic chance to relax and take lots and lots of pictures and try the beautiful Mahon cheese. There’s an album of these pictures on my flickr! There’s also an album of sandcastle pics on facebook.
I was doing the “photo a day” thing until the whole finishing uni thing took over, when today I found something someone had posted about in our 365 flickr group. That something was Jamie Livingston. The post the group had found can be read here and has lots of links and information. This guy took […]
Updates! I’ve not been keeping up with my photo a day as well as I should, but I’ve been really busy. No excuse really I guess… lots of things going on. Updates run with the photos!
I’m all up to date since the last update I think, here are the thumbs. Actually this is going to turn into a massive post now that I think about it, interspersed with thumbs of my 365.
The last 13 days (minus the one I missed, oops) are now online.
I have to bind it. On the deadline. KEEP YOUR FINGERS CROSSED FOR ME.
Pretty simple today. Something I wanted to try all week. Mostly I love the depth of field, mostly.
Just a fact. I’ve been pretty busy with the review deadline today for my self elected project, so here are yesterday’s and today’s photographs.
Just a quick one today.
A mundane photograph today, I’ve been really busy trying to get my major research project up to spec (ironically on photography and photo sharing websites). I took this when the sunlight made everything look an interesting tone during the rain. I think the rain on the roof looks like ice.
I’ve been taking “mindfulness” classes for the past month. Unfortunately I stopped doing the stuff at home like I should so I’ve been trying to get back into the swing of things before the next one on Wednesday. I came up with this photograph when doing the mindful yoga. Again experimentation with the shutter speed.
I was playing with shutter speed with this. I happened to glance out of our kitchen window and spy the interesting clouds. It’s been quite a grey day here in Portsmouth, but I liked this sign that the longer days and warmer (well not much warmer) weather will return.