Monthly Archives: November 2018

November 30, 2018 – stillness, real and constructed

My term as president of the camera club is over and I have to say that though I enjoyed it, I am relieved.  Now I can make more pictures. Note the careful choice of the word “make” which frees me … Continue reading

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November 23, 2018 … a weird mixture

Days of alternating weather have meant different styles of photography as the week has gone by, We have had some grey misty days and a few nice days and a few that did nothing for me at all. On one … Continue reading

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November 17, 2018 … Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow*

Day by day, time passes. Of course, there is no other way to get here. That’s how we get older, how our kids got older, and how our grandchildren are starting to graduate from high school and so on. It … Continue reading

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November 8, 2018 … a little washed out

After five years as president of the Hutt Camera Club, and several years prior to that as newsletter editor and secretary, I am absolutely ready to stand down. Somehow in the last few months, I have run out of steam … Continue reading

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