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1st October 2013
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the creature in the sky got sucked in a hole, now there's a hole in the sky, and the ground's not cold, and if the ground's not cold everything is gonna burn, we'll all take turns, i'll get mine too
today is my photoblogging birthday and this corner of the internet has now been in existence for 8 years. when i describe my website to other people i often say that most of the photos in the first few years are poor to average as i'm still learning how to use my camera. there is a steady improvement, particularly when i get my hands on a slr camera, and then it becomes a whole lot more interesting in 2010 when i begin my epic journey around south america. i was concerned therefore that my return from photographing a continent as beautiful and diverse as south america would lead to a significant drop in quality. it's been around 12 months since i said hasta luego and i've noticed that my photographic postings divide (almost exactly) evenly into three camps: england, europe and south america. so how has it been since my last birthday? what have i learned? well i've learned that it pays to not delete your photos - you may discover some cool creatures which you overlooked first time around. i've learned that returning home doesn't mean staying at home - so i can still visit and photograph brand new places. and i've also learned that despite turning my back on the place three years ago - england still provides reasons to turn on my camera. and on that note, i need to pack as i'm off to barcelona tomorrow - see you in year nine...

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i've posted 871 photos taken with my nikon d60 - here are the last few i posted - view the rest here

i've posted 79 photos taken with a shutter speed of 1/320 sec - here are the last few i posted - view the rest here

i've posted 61 photos taken with an aperture of f/9 - here are the last few i posted - view the rest here

i've posted 12 photos taken with a focal length of 11.0 mm - here are the last few i posted - view the rest here

i've posted 4 photos taken on 16th July 2013

01/10/2013
hole in the sky
today is my photoblogging birthday and this corner of the internet has now been in existence for 8 years. when i describe my website to other people i often say that most of the photos in the first few years are poor to average as i'm still learning how to use my camera. there is a steady improvement, particularly when i get my hands on a slr camera, and then it becomes a whole lot more interesting in 2010 when i begin my epic journey around south america. i was concerned therefore that my return from photographing a continent as beautiful and diverse as south america would lead to a significant drop in quality. it's been around 12 months since i said hasta luego and i've noticed that my photographic postings divide (almost exactly) evenly into three camps: england, europe and south america. so how has it been since my last birthday? what have i learned? well i've learned that it pays to not delete your photos - you may discover some cool creatures which you overlooked first time around. i've learned that returning home doesn't mean staying at home - so i can still visit and photograph brand new places. and i've also learned that despite turning my back on the place three years ago - england still provides reasons to turn on my camera. and on that note, i need to pack as i'm off to barcelona tomorrow - see you in year nine...

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