I don’t have a philosophy, I have a camera.
What a fantastic and busy month! It started with a trip to Cornwall with Martin, a Christmas present we gave each other instead of buying things that we don’t really need. A great weekend in Bournemouth, meeting many like-minded people and inspirational photographers at the Arena seminar, and at the Mirage group exhibition a week later. Another meeting in Dorset with our LCUK group, seeing some more inspirational work. Walking along the South Downs Way with many stunning views.
No surprise that it took me most of the Easter break to catch up on processing and writing. But despite all the hard work and lack of sleep I still enjoyed the third month of the challenge. It made me capture all the wonderful moments and left me with something tangible to remind me of them.
I don’t have a philosophy: I have senses. If I talk about Nature, it’s not because I know what it is, but because I love it, and that’s why I love it, because when you love you never know what you love, or why you love, or what love is. Loving is eternal innocence, and the only innocence is not thinking.
Sir John William Watson
If you would like to see any of the images and read the stories behind them, please us the links below. There are also a few outtakes that didn’t make it as a picture of the day, but which I found hard to part with.