Been away from the computer so here’s my photos from the last few days!
Not a great one today, 11 hour working days are not good for photos!
I like what this simple shot represents about me though, no matter where I go in the world I’ll be bringing my loved ones along with me (even if just in polaroid form).
“I am a camera with its shutter open, quite passive, recording, not thinking. Recording the man shaving at the window opposite and the woman in the kimono washing her hair. Some day, all this will have to be developed, carefully printed, fixed.” – Christopher Isherwood, Goodbye to Berlin
A table in the corner away from the hustle and bustle. A table draped in shadows, the candle flickering, refusing to go out. This table. This one. This is where she chose to tear his world apart.
‘Glasgow in the dark is like a Hitchcock film’
Christmas may be over but these baubles still look damn pretty.
It’s always there, ticking away. We may not always hear it but somewhere inside we fear it. It’s that sound, TICK-TOCK, driving us, inspiring us. It’s that sound that defines who we are.
This should really be called ‘Portrait of a Twenty-Something’. I’ve returned to my flat after the festive period and I’m greeted with the chaos I left it in. My To-Do list for tomorrow simply reads ‘sort your life out’.
In other news, I’m now reunited with my camera so will be able to start doing actual, real photography again. That was supposed to be the point of this project!
Making do until I get my camera back tomorrow. Found this little guy in my room at my Mum’s house. I love finding treasures from childhood, toys and keepsakes that were so important to me growing up now wait lonely in my empty room until I come home to visit. This was Bruce.
Hungover and without my camera. Not the best start to my photo a day project, however as it’s the new year I took this photo to remind myself to look at things differently. We can always find beauty in the mundane.