Completing a Masters was an amazing experience and very rewarding. However, it does not guarantee anything in terms of employment or success in a field of work. I’ve found it almost impossible to get any work either as a self-employed photographer or applying for work with suitable organisations. The world of photography is a competitiveContinue reading “Successes and failures”
In other news, I received an email today informing me that my application to become an Associate of the RPS was successful. I am now officially A.R.P.S. – Associate of the Royal Photographic Society and can use this in letters and on my website. It is also a responsibility to uphold certain standards. Aside fromContinue reading “News: Associate of the Royal Photographic Society (ARPS).”
The other day, on my way out for a ride on the motorbike, a tiny spider appeared on top of the standing air conditioning fan in the bedroom. I spotted its little body running up and down the top of the fan, inspecting the various elements (and dust!), and regularly looking up at me andContinue reading “Salticidae – Jumping Spider”
After returning to Italy from Scotland it was time to get down to business. Some time spent out in some of the most beautiful landscapes (and I’m comparing to Scotland’s NW Highlands which are also some of the most beautiful landscapes) was exactly what I needed to bring back some sense of positivity to myContinue reading “Campo Imperatore, Italy: August-September 2020”
Despite buying my house in Scotland in March right before lockdown, I hadn’t been able to visit it and move my worldly possessions in until July of this year. This involved a flight from Italy (once flights were back up and running), driving from London to stay with my family in Derbyshire and rest, thenContinue reading “Scotland – Summer 2020”
In the first week of phase 2 of lockdown in Italy, I headed out to try and find a castle. This is the place I found. I will definitely be heading back. What a magical place!
I headed into Teramo for the second day of phase 2 of lockdown in Italy to do some banking and see what was up. Some slow shutter speed to blur faces and get a sense of movement on the street seemed a good option.
My wildlife photography for the hashtag #30DaysWild for June. Days 1 – 8, June 2020.
For now, while the rain pours in the UK, I will continue to re-visit old wildlife images and re-edit to produce something different to the original edits. Birds seem to be especially good for this task!
“As you drive down, you notice a change in landscape. Things become wilder, less well ordered and more unkempt.”