HAPPY HOLIDAY WEEKEND
As we spin ever more quickly through 2012 I cant help but think that I've had no time to get out there and add to my portfolio but when I look back over the pictures on my memory cards from the first half of this year I can see that isn't strictly true.
Whether its from my dSLR or my Samsung Galaxy S2 there are numerous pictures from my travels proving that I just don't stop for long enough to to really see what I'm putting into my camera.
Whether they're pictures from the rolling hills of North Somerset (above), contrasting images of old and new Warsaw (Poland) standing side by side (picture right), or the grainy excitement of the Red Bull Hill Chasers in Bristol (below) they're all there somewhere.
There are some pictures which have to be planned and some that just 'happen' and it's great to be able to capture them and be able to show them to you.
These are images I've captured 'just for fun' but of course there is the serious side to my photography as well and its great to have been asked to be the official photographer for the new Rotary Club of 'Nailsea Miners' who have set about building there membership to a level where can become
incorporated as a full Rotary Club.
Even though it's work it can be fun and taking pictures of 'Maporama' the Gorilla, who has become an honorary member of the 'Nailsea Miners', being painted by artist Rebecca Howard at the Stanfords Travel Bookshop in Bristol has been just one of the more fun assignments I've been on so far
I have plenty more planned in the coming weeks so I'll bet the next three months go by just as quickly as the first.
Wishing you all a great Easter and a happy holiday you're lucky enough to have one.
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