The print of my SNPA runner-up joined the rest of the exhibition this week as it started its tour around Scotland at Moray Art Centre. To celebrate this, and to get going on redoing all the portfolios, etc on my websites, I have started a new project gallery, Forestry, Woodland, Trees and also redone all of the galleries on my UK site. I won’t be able to make it to this exhibition, so I’m hoping they will send me some photos soon and I can update this entry.
I didn’t have enough local knowledge, or at least, preferences, so I asked Martin & Peter to select a good place to hike near to York, and they chose Sutton Bank. We discovered the trail from the visitor centre led to what a few years back was voted by »
It being Sunday, I had checked that the bus and ferry would actually be running. I hadn’t checked how often the bus was running, and so when I didn’t get moving fast enough, I found myself with an hour and half wait for the next bus. The bus itself »
This is a voyage of discovery, just what can be done. We haven’t seen our friend Melanie for over 5 years, since she and her family moved back to Vancouver. We’ve tried to meet a few times over the years, but something always crops up. Even this time, I »
I took the bus up, literally straight up, to Lynden. All this long road is on the flat, and then when you get to Lynden, it just rises slightly; good move, there were more than a few fields waterlogged along the way. From the back of Front St, I »
I traveled down to see my friend Paul. He had been making various experiments and discoveries regarding how our vision works with how we print, and how to prepare files accordingly for printing. How people see, and how it relates to all we do with our photographs, is a »
I wanted to test out how feasible it was, not just to decide to have a weekend on one of the San Juan Islands, but to get there and back from Bellingham using public transport. For the most part, we can say it was easy. Depending how you get »