1 Year Old Today!
This day last year I launched my photo-blog. I wasn’t sure what direction it would take or if anyone would bother visiting it! At several stages I wondered was it worth continuing with it, but I’m glad that I did. If nothing else, it gives me a goal to prepare and present some of my photos as well as I possibly can.
As a regular follower of many photographers via their blogs, Facebook pages or websites, I know I have a long way to go on the constant learning curve that is photography – but that’s all part of the challenge and the fun. I haven’t yet decided how to approach the blog in 2015. I am considering shorter but more frequent posts. We’ll see what transpires.
As I didn’t do any shooting over this Christmas period, I have decided to end the year by raiding my archive for some shots I particularly like. They are not what I consider my best shots – I just like them! I hope you enjoy them too.
Before signing off for 2014, I want to say a huge ‘Thank You’ to everyone who visited my blog during the year and to those who signed up as regular followers. I really appreciate all the support and encouragement.
For now, I wish you all a very Happy New Year and the best of everything in 2015.
I’m pleased to have discovered your work during 2014 John and look forward to much more to come. Love the study of the Samuel Beckett Bridge – I jogged up and down the quays regularly when they were preparing for it and finally putting it in place. I’ve got a soft spot for it. Happy New Year!
Thanks for your kind words, Roy. I worked for 18 months in the shadow of that bridge and longed to witness it being swung open. The one day it happened I wasn’t in the office to see it!!
I love them all but especially the vegetable shop one, it’s unusual to see shops like that anymore.
Thanks Val. I like that shot too – it does remind of times past.
Excellent John. Very glad you stuck with it – I always enjoy your posts and photography. Happy New Year.
Many thanks Aidy … looking forward to your posts in 2015. All the best for the year ahead.