Foggy morning, first one for ages and luckily I was awake early enough to get out and shoot before the world woke up.
I’m sure most countries have road signs that can be given funny titles, here’s our acrobatic cyclist sign for Evel Knievel.
Canon 5D mkii, Sigma 50mm
I forgot how much I loved shooting these 365’s on the “real” camera, which will bring me nicely to the news I expect to give next week as the refinement of my photographic vision continues.
My rule #1 for thinking through ideas and noting down thoughts is to do it in a place one can relax. This is that place and yesterday it was finished off with a pot of espresso and the sound of rain at the window.
Although I did run for cover when the thunder storm hit and the golf ball sized hail stones started bouncing off the glass.
Hockney overload for us at Salts Mill today. I forgot how much I love this place, art, great books, devine food, espresso, more art and architecture. What’s not to love, it’s like an adrenaline hit of culture.
For those with an interest in social history, the English Industrial revolution, David Hockney or power crazed bosses check out Saltaire.
I feel that of late I’ve come to a realisation about the Fuji X100. More on this in the next couple of days once I get my head around it some more.
It’s a window again.
The instant film wasn’t delivered on time to carry on with polaroid week so that’s on hold.
Instead you get a lazy summers afternoon shot, well that’s the look anyway. The reality was slightly different.