December – An ending of sorts…

The year is finally at an end. Three hundred and sixty five photographs, one a day for twelve months. It has felt like a very long year. Then again, this was kinda the point. It’s all too easy to tune time out, ignoring the mundane for years before realising you’ve reached middle age and wonderingContinue reading “December – An ending of sorts…”

October…

Another month has gone, but we’re closing in on the end of 2021. Time seems to be flying by these days, but taking a photo each day does at least provide a bookmark for each day that passes. October is usually the time when the temperature drops, the rain starts to get a bit excitableContinue reading “October…”

September…

Would you believe it, a whole nine months have passed already. This month we crossed the 100-days-to-go point and oh boy, I really need to find some other things to photograph. Much of the warm and settled weather is now behind us and we now stare down the barrel of another 6 months of darknessContinue reading “September…”

April…

April was an interesting month, for both good and not-so-good reasons. I had my first COVID-19 shot and even went to the dentist as well, so that’s good. There’s a reassuring hint of the normal life creeping back in. With that said, there’s a lot about the past 12 months that I’d like to keep,Continue reading “April…”

February 2021 – The Difficult Second Album…

As we headed into February, I could sense that there would be headwinds this month. Another month of not really going anywhere new, treading old ground both physically and metaphorically. January gets a lot of flack for where it sits in the calendar. It’s yet another dark month straight after the trials of Christmas areContinue reading “February 2021 – The Difficult Second Album…”

The Best of January 2021

As months go, January has never been a favourite. We may see the year in with grand plans for what we are going to achieve in the coming year, but that seems to get quietly forgotten once a few more weeks of darkness and murk seep into our pores. However, as the first month onContinue reading “The Best of January 2021”