I started this post like I do every time. I copied in the prompts. I start writing my thoughts under each one. I paused when I read the third one. To be honest, I was not sure it was something I was interested in answering. How on earth would I know the names of people who were alive over 100 years ago? We are not the kind of family that have passed down family stories from generation to generation, so these are not things that I know.
My favourite quotes from September 2017.
I came across Cee's "Share Your World" challenge this week - I cannot believe I haven't found it before. So I shall give it a go.
My sister Julie is also an accomplished watercolour artist. On a hot, sticky summer’s day late last December, we sat down together with a cup of tea and we chatted about her art.
August 2017 round up of favourite quotes
Are they as good as sliced bread? Well nearly! IMHO!
Conceptual photographs and six-word stories
In this post, I want to share more insights into my "Documenting a 100 Happy Days Project" eBook.
Linus Pauling brings the idea of satisfaction and curiosity together beautifully in this quote: "Satisfaction of one's curiosity is one of the greatest sources of happiness in life."
A while ago, I posed the question "Why do I shoot what I shoot?" to myself. Lately, I have been trying to work out what 'my style' is, which is kind of connected to my earlier question. So, over my December break last year, I made time for myself to complete Kent DuFault’s suggestions for discovering my own way of seeing (Kent's suggested steps are in my previous post). I want my way of creating images to become something more conscious.