Wow, what a month! Can't believe it's nearly April, how quickly is this year going to go?!
I wanted to review this month in a short post, as so much has happened that even I am finding it hard to believe that the blogging month is over.
The posts that came this past month were mostly well received, with my most previous blog Focus On: Kane Gledhill being the most-clicked. A big thank-you goes to everyone who has followed the launching of ‘Focus On’. I hope that I can make this series enjoyable for as many as possible this year, I want it to be something that inspires you to try something different, or visit a new location.
Blog posts for March were:
Those of you who saw my posts on Facebook earlier in the month would recall my attempts at photographing my God-mothers mothers’ violin with mixed results. Finally, after finding the type of soft light I needed, I managed to get the shot I needed, with most minimal setup imaginable.
Here’s the shot:
Other images I uploaded to various Galleries’ in March:
From April 19 to May 1, I’m in Tasmania doing the Fagus week, and a little more travelling, tasting and exploring. I’ll be doing blog updates where I can, video blogs and posts on Twitter. I’ll cross post where I can, and sometimes’ I’ll just be out of range. I can’t promise a daily blog like before, but I’ll do my best to check in and try and share as much of the experience as I can!
But, it means my blog changes in function from a second or third person point of view, to a first. For those of you who have followed my trip blogs from years’ past, you’ll know what I’m talking about. The daily hijinks of trekking about, taking photographs, catching up with other photographers and complaining about sore feet will once again take prime time. I can’t wait. Though I do promise to not tell you about my feet as much, and more about what I’m seeing and doing!
Visit my post from last year- Winding Roads – to take you back!
I visited Tenterfield last weekend. I'm still processing shots, hang tight while I get them uploaded and ready to share!
I’m finally equipped with an action camera ready to tackle my many adventures this year! I picked up a Drift Ghost S, I can’t wait to start taking timelapses’ and footage on it. I tried to be different, as you know I like to be, and not get a GoPro. I was convinced that there was something out there that was better with video quality. I think I’ve found it. Stay posted for many videos this year!
A few days after Tasmania I have my Kosciusko trip with Timothy Poulton and a gang of likeminded individuals such as myself, all of whom I am excited to be meeting. But as that’s May’s news, I’ll tell you all about that later in April.
That’s it for now. I hope you’ve discovered something, learnt something or just as always, enjoyed my post.