Today, the latest edition of B&W photography turned up. It doesn’t seem that long ago that the last issue arrived, and well actually it isn’t that long as the last issue was published later than normal. But that’s OK, I love reading the magazine and looking at the pictures, so happy with that.
What isn’t a dilemma is that Bede’s An Ecclesiastical History of the English People arrived today, so as you can imagine I am quite keen to start that. But, it can wait. It’ll still be here in a couple of days.
I’ve already reported that I’ve had my Nikon out over the weekend, planning with it. I haven’t taken it out on my morning walks. It’s almost a case of too much to carry, but also too many hands needed, but that’s OK, I think what I can do is for the time being limit it to weekends, that way I can concentrate on it, and not have to think about other things. What I do need to do is expand my horizons in terms of photography, so for example tomorrow I will focus upon…fencelines, singularly unexciting you might think. Actually I’d agree with you, but you never know, I may turn up some interesting (I’m not going to say exciting)) pictures.
Naturally, if I see anything else interesting, I shall try and grab that also. As I am sat here though, I am running through fences that I shall encounter on my walk, some I know well, I don’t doubt that there will be some that have never occurred to me to think of. So, lets see how it goes.