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Aperture, shutter speed and ISO #photos

Image courtesy  of Nikon

This week we get a little more technical by looking at the aperture, shutter speed  and ISO settings of the camera. Understanding these setting will help you take sharper pictures that are more in focus and help you cope with different light. Read the rest of this page »

Creative thinking? #creative

creative thinking


The use of imagination or original ideas to create something; inventiveness.

We all have imagination, so we can all be creative. Right? Read the rest of this page »

The review: #westbrom

I went to West Bromwich this week. I drove down the High Street, the one pictured, but it’s changed a lot in recent years. The kerbs stick out into the road now, they have a 20 MPH speed limit and it’s pedestrianized at the end.

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Balfour Beatty #investments #finance

Balfour Beatty investment post

I added Balfour Beatty to my investment portfolio this week. I’ve had it on my watch list for a while and decided to buy when they became sole contractor for new national infrastructure framework organised by Scope group. Read the rest of this page »

Aperture and depth of field #photography

SNOW - aperture - depth of field

This is the third lesson in my photography series for beginners. This week, I’ll look at a few things. White balance can be important, but I’ll also look at aperture and depth of field. What do you think the subject is in this picture? Read the rest of this page »

Collective spirit and action

Snow picture for collective spirit post

When it snowed last week, I got out of bed to take this photo out of the window. Why am I writing this? You’re not interested in my nocturnal pursuits are you?  But you are interested! It’s part of your survival strategy! Read the rest of this page »

Food bank in need donations wanted

Money image for Food Bank post

Food Bank

This week I visited a food bank and chatted to the volunteer running it. They can only open a couple of times a week to help the most needy in the community.  Referrals to the food bank are mostly made by the local authority. They try to help with other things like clothes too. I donated much needed cash.

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Disruptive – change for the better?

 The Midland Metro Tram line - disruptive?

Some technological changes disrupt what has gone before. My picture today is of the Midland Metro tram line, which is one of the latest ideas in travel. It looks very modern, but is really an old idea modernised; rather than disruptive. Read the rest of this page »

Landscape photography lesson

1 The Midland Metro - Landscape photography lesson

Landscape photography lesson

I went out in the freezing cold to take today’s photos to demonstrate how to take good landscape photos. Today’s landscape photography lesson follows on from last week’s lesson on  camera settings. Read the rest of this page »

Executive storytelling

Midland Metro picture used for Executive storytelling post


Executive storytelling has become more popular in the past few years. Executives have recognised the need to get their ideas across to consumers, employees and investors. The executive with a vision needs to use words and perhaps pictures to get their vision across to all stakeholders. Read the rest of this page »

What is art in 2015?


I’ve been thinking about art today. What is art? The dictionary defines art as “the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.” Read the rest of this page »

Finance Friday: discretionary income

discretionary income

Disposable and discretionary income

Disposable income is the money we have coming in after we have paid taxes and other compulsory deductions. Discretionary income is the money we have left for enjoying life after we have paid out for essentials. Read the rest of this page »

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