Month: January 2011

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I’m really struggling to find inspiration at moment and I haven’t been taking many photos at all. I went out today with the idea in mind that I’d focus and try and take some picture showing a different side of Brighton. I ran out battery after about 2 hours, which is probably a go
od thing. I’m faintly horrified with how these turned out – boring, flat, blah and nothing like the way I see these places. Must try harder.

 

2010 in 12 photos

January – Bird tracks in a light scattering of snow. One of the few advantages of leaving the house so early to get to work is seeing little things like this, before everyone else wakes up.

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February – A muddy walk. Very, very muddy.

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March – This reminds me of a springtime catch-up on the seafront with my friend Laura.

March

 

April – White blossom and a brilliant blue sky. Stunning.

April

 

May – May was a flipping horrible month. It made me appreciate my friends and family more.

May

 

June – A sleepy bumblebee. I love bees.

June

 

July – I went for this picture from my trip to Montenegro, because it reminds me of all the introspective, post-break-up thinking and beer-drinking I did sat on the quay, dangling my feet in the water, staring at the incredible view.

July

 

August – Something from Pride of course!

August

 

September – Choosing a picture for September was hard, but I love this picture from my trip to Scarborough, taken with a lomo lens in a little cafe in one of the pleasure gardens. I think it’s got atmosphere!

September

 

October – This isn’t the most obvious shot for autumn – everything’s green – but the very long shadow from the cedar in the low sun is a clue to the time of year.

October

 

November – It has to be this rather abstract one of my friend Charly ice skating with great poise and elegance at the Pavilion.

November

 

December – I don’t think this is a particularly great photo, but I love the moment it captures. It was at Burning the Clocks, and I like the way you see the faces looking up at the fireworks in the midwinter darkness. It seems like the right photo to end the year with – celebrating that the darkest, bleakest day is over and that lighter, brighter ones are just around the corner.

December