Thursday, 26 August 2010
Now we are having a relaxing night in. I am still not very well at all but I'm very pleased with myself.
I was also thoroughly spoiled by a certain person on my birthday. I got an iPad for my birthday - what a lucky sod I am!!
This photo was taken with my iphone and using a camera app that links it wirelessly to the iPad so that I can actually compose self portraits. I kind of liked it.
Sent from my iPad
Wednesday, 18 August 2010
Friday, 13 August 2010
I've been pretty stressed this week but today I got some good news. I have a job interview coming up. That's especially good news since I haven't had one for a while.
Have a great weekend folks.
Sent from my iPhone
Thursday, 12 August 2010
I love the light at dusk when it's not quite dark but not really day either. These photos were taken with my LX3 compact. This is Glasgow's Mitchell Library. I have taken many photos of it in passing.
Wednesday, 11 August 2010
That's what life drawing was for me last night. Do you ever have days when you're stressed for no reason? Yesterday was like that for me. Life drawing just took me out of the nasty fretful place. That's why I love it so much - I stop thinking and just look and draw. This top one was my favourite from the night.
This last one was a ten minute pose where the top two were 20 minutes and the third one here was a half hour pose. I find ten minutes a bit tough going but 20 minutes is fine for most of my drawings.
I hope your week got off to a good start. Mine started badly but is looking up!
Sunday, 8 August 2010
We saw some police horses in Stockbridge. The little one calls them Nee-Naw horses so I will always think of them as that now.
Here's another photo I liked.
Saturday, 7 August 2010
Wednesday, 4 August 2010
Monday, 2 August 2010
Those of you who have followed my photographs for any time at all will have seen these two of my friends very many times. Having more than two of us present affords better opportunities for candid photographs as they interact with each other. These were all taken with my Lumix LX3 - a compact. I thought mono suited them.
I love shots of people expressing themselves with their hands.