Tag: photography

  • Project 365:09 and Post #109:09

    An image a day is the goal. I didn’t make it as planned, but here are some of the best most evocative memory captures for 2009 in this, the 109th and ultimate blog post of the year for Groundling. See you on the other side!

  • Life snippets: a collector’s tale

    I’ve been collecting snippets of my life for years. I guess I am a confirmed diarist at heart, although the collection process is random and not nearly as organised as it might be. I’ve had a camera since I was 11 years old – a Box Brownie as I recall – and have been collecting…

  • The e-traveller hits the road again

    This time I’m heading to the US for a holiday … no conferences, no presentations, just fun. I’m very keen to have the opportunity to join in the celebrations following Barack Obama’s inauguration; I imagine the place will be bursting with bonhomie and pride. It deserves to be. I’ll be tweeting and blogging and uploading…

  • Yellow Inspiration

    Ken Allan, a blogging mate of mine from Middle Earth aka New Zealand shot me a comment tonight on an earlier post to say how much he loved sunflowers. Right now my garden is abloom with them and I’ve brought a vase full of them into the house where they positively glow in the room.…

  • Day 26: Bring on the Media

    Back to the daily Comment Challenge tasks and I’m hunting down some A-V apps to diversify commenting and make it more dynamic. I’ve had a few words to say over the past week or so on my commenting using Seesmic, so I won’t bang the drum again. If you haven’t read them, just type ‘Seesmic’…

  • What do you do on a day off?

    Ironically perhaps, I thought this was a pretty good question to ask of fellow commenters on the 31 Day Comment Challenge. It’s a day off for me since I’ve done all the tasks so far and we’re roughly half way through the challenge. Where did those days go to? So when you’re not blogging, what…