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No such thing as perfect

There is no such thing as perfect

Sometimes I’ll look at a photograph that I’ve taken and see lots wrong with it and consider just deleting it. There is no such thing as perfect. We just have to do our best and then have to accept what we have. Read the rest of this page »

Posh panic #investments

Posh boys panic

At one time all the traders in the City of London had East end accents. Now they are all Oxbridge educated and talk posh, they also panic when sentiment goes against the market.  They don’t appreciate that they are the sentiment. So the Shanghai composite took a dive on Monday and we saw posh boy panic in London. Read the rest of this page »

Rich or poor? #thrifty


I watched a little of Britain’s spending secrets with Anne Robinson again last night. Once again it highlighted the gap between rich and poor and the discrimination against the disadvantaged. I saw a few seconds of a ‘benefits’ programme on channel 5 too, that was too disgusting to watch more. Read the rest of this page »

Impressions and style


I had some photos printed yesterday and framed some of them. It seems to show them off better now they are framed. Some of them will be mounted on card for a photography competition. Whatever you’re doing to helps to show things at their best. People used to wear their ‘Sunday best’ to church. Read the rest of this page »

Summer pictures #photography


I took this photo of a swan on Hydes pool last August. I used spot focusing and a wide aperture. You can see the leaves in the foreground are out of focus, but the swan is in focus. Read the rest of this page »

Sunset #photography

TRUCK sunset

Truck with a sunset as the backdrop

The weather isn’t ideal for photography just lately, we have had a lot of rain. Yesterday was no exception, but the sky cleared a little to give a bright sunset. Most people take sunset pictures and they all tend to be similar. Read the rest of this page »

Emotional intelligence #ramble

emotional intelligence

Moorcroft Pool

Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to recognize one’s own and other people’s emotions, to discriminate between different feelings and label them appropriately and to use emotional information to guide thinking and behaviour.

I don’t watch much TV, but I watched Casualty last night. Lily Chao is played by Crystal Yu. She is the no nonsense Chinese doctor who has just passed her exams to become a registrar. Read the rest of this page »

Bohemian art? #art

bohemian art?

I like to experiment and imagine what might be. I was a bit of a daydreamer in junior school, but was that a bad thing? There are thinkers, imaginative people who wonder if things can be different and if life can be better. Some of us think about phenomenon, we tend to think big. Such thinking is frowned upon and held back by the small minded. Read the rest of this page »

Broken economic system? #politics

broken economic system

It’s been another difficult week on the stock market, this time it was worries over a slowdown in China. China devalued its currency to boost exports. It’s in a powerful position and can manipulate foreign exchange markets. Read the rest of this page »

How do you spend your money? #thrifty

I don’t watch much television, but I watched last night when Anne Robinson looked at the way people spend their money in Britain’s spending secrets. It seems the driving force behind the way many people spend money is their aspirational needs. They spend to keep up with the Joneses. Read the rest of this page »

Grey skies #photography


We had an afternoon taking photos yesterday, but conditions were far from ideal. We had cloudy skies all afternoon, but later in the afternoon a little sun broke through and I got this picture with an ISO of 400. Read the rest of this page »

Wide aperture and spot focus


I didn’t take any photos this weekend, so I’m using more photos today from the fun day last week. This one was shot with a wide aperture and fast shutter speed and it was after I’d fitted the warm filter. Read the rest of this page »

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