Photowalk 1st October 2012

All my lectures, seminars and practical/workshop sessions are taking place over three fulls days on campus, leaving Mondays and Wednesdays as study days. As the course progresses, I’m planning to spend at least one of those days on campus using the facilities and less prone to distraction, but yesterday I spent the day at home. And, yes, I did manage to engage myself pretty well and study for most of the day.

But one of the other things I need to be doing, lets face it, is getting out there and taking more photographs. So for a while in the afternoon, I went out for a walk. And I captured a few images. Some of which I liked, and some of which I didn’t. Most were typical of the sort of things I tend to capture:

Escape
A plant making an escape bid

No escape
A chained-up wheelchair

Kev the Rev
This caught my eye because I was often nicknamed “Trev the Rev” when I was younger.

But my favorite shot of the afternoon was quite different from my normal. And I like it a lot. It wasn’t till I got home that I noticed I’d got the direction sign in the shot. The sign that tells the story.

Gift

If you’re interested you can see the others here.

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4 thoughts on “Photowalk 1st October 2012

  1. Richard Hurst

    Congratulations on starting your Uni course, I think it’s a great thing to do and will be a good stepping stone into the world of photography. I look forward to seeing if your style of shooting stays the same or if you develop a new style as the course progresses.

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