The proverbial final[ish] countdown! At the end of this week I'll be wrapping up the initial run of my Go Fund Me campaign [all details can be found by clicking on the link at the top of the profile 👆🏻] and getting in gear to fulfil the hard copy orders following the generous donations I've received, so far. -
So, I'd be hugely grateful to anyone who may've been hovering on the edge of desire to own some of my photography to please dive in this week - the, erm, water's lovely. Ahem. And it'll also enable me to potentially do the requisite print runs in one - albeit what's shaping up to be a very exclusive* - uh, lump. - *If I should die quite soon, they could become sought after collectibles. -
This week I thought I'd drop in a sprinkling of personal favourites. I took this shot a few years ago when I went to the Malvern Flower Show; the first of the season's major gardening events. It's the perfect place for bench shots; people spending large amounts of time wandering around the exhibits and more than happy to take a well-earned timeout. Quite a often when I take these shots I'll wait and wait and wait ... just for that initial moment of eye contact. It's a tactic I also often deploy in my Reflecting series. There's something about that split-second 'moment' which invariably makes the images, for me.
Back to the grind, was really cool going around a few places in Thailand.
I’m slowly looking at the pictures taken there and will upload on the website soon.
I’m again looking up for a great light in between skyscrapers. Cheers!
Each place is unique. It tells us a lived story or project us a waking dream, a desire to discovery. The people we meet there will be, maybe, people we love or, for the most part, strangers who will remain so.
One thing’s for sure, this place never will be like the others 💋