Three of the monthlies have arrived; RCTS, B&W Photography and Country walking , the frustration is I am reading We are Bellingcat, the story of open source intelligence, and I’d rather read that than the magazines, but the mags look really interesting. B&W photog has been dipping a little bit into history, showing a picture of Queen Victoria, which she didn’t like so used her finger to rub out her face.
Country walking I haven’t opened yet, but the very colourful cover is enticing you to dive in and read about wildlife you may encounter on your trips out, and I have to say it looks very interesting. I think I am going to have to bite the bullet, and just get on with them.
I took very few pictures on todays walks. I couldn’t get out at lunchtime. Work stopped play. But I did go out at tea time. Elayne had been out all day and I was going for a slimming world meal at Iceland, not realising that closes at 1730, so that didn’t work. The walk itself was ok. It was just there really was nothing to inspire me.
I am thinking about two photographers, Teo Crawford (I think) and a news group called working pictures. Both of which produce some relatively mundane pictures, and both of which can actually be quite striking. Perhaps I should try and copy them to a degree. More on that tomorrow.