Wednesday, 20 January 2010

My cat!

I just thought I'd share this shot of my cat... I quite like it, hope you do too!

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Sunday, 17 January 2010

The Oak

This year I'm attempting a 52 project - to take and publish at least one photograph every week.

Actually I'm trying to do two different shots every week, one following a theme set by members of the Talk Photography forum and one of my own choosing.

This week's theme has been Poems so my shot is inspired by Alfred Lord Tennyson's poem The Oak, in particular the final stanza.

Live the Life,
    Young and old,
Like you oak,
Bright in spring,
    Living gold;

    Then; and then
    Gold again.

All his leaves
    Fall'n at length,
Look, he stands,
Trunk and bough,
    Naked strength

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Thursday, 7 January 2010


Since no photographer can resist taking pictures of the snow I thought I'd better post some of mine!

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New Year's sunsets

A couple of shots from an impromtu trip to the top of a local hill at sunset on New Year's day.

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Sunday, 3 January 2010

Please stay calm, this is a test

Just a quick note to check out how Posterous does at cross-posting to multiple sites.

Move along now, there's nothing to see here....

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I realised recently that one of the reasons that I don't blog as much as I intended to is actually the faff involved in posting to Blogger.
I've said before that I've been using Twitter to micro-blog far more than posting to my main blog since I prefer it's immediacy and interaction but it's also far quicker and easier to actually get your posts/tweets online so it's become my go-to service.

Hopefully that's going to change this year as I've migrated the blog over to Posterous, a relative newcomer to the blogging scene but one which natively (and crucially, intuitively) supports a number of features which integrate blogging, email and of course the full range of social networking services.

All of which hopefully means you'll be treated to more regular blog posts and not just 140 character tweets this year (although whether you think that's a good thing is a different story!).

For anyone subscribed to the Blogger/Blogspot site, that will still be updated automatically by Posterous when I post (told you it was clever) but if you'd rather follow me at the new site then it's at

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