Monthly Archives: April 2012

Snapshots of lives

Yesterday morning, I was up at 3am.  This, I hasten to add, is an unusual occurrence as I’m not at my best in the wee small hours, and I tend to take a good while to get moving at that … Continue reading

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A small difference

I wrote in a previous post about how moving it is to think of images I have taken acquiring a life of their own when they leave my hands.  I often have little idea where a picture I have sold … Continue reading

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Heroes and villains

I guess that I risk putting people off reading further if I mention that this post refers to Titanic.  There has, after all, been so much written and broadcast over the past weeks about the event as we mark its hundredth … Continue reading

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Keep looking

Last night, I was lucky enough to be asked to attend the Woodford and Wanstead Camera Club for one of their regular meetings.  They are one of the oldest photographic clubs in the country, dating back to late Victorian times, … Continue reading

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Hand over the map

I’ve written before about journeys – indeed, the very name of this blog refers to them – and the concept of journeying is an important one to our lives.  Whether we are thinking about the whole span of our lives, … Continue reading

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