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December 2012 - Sleepless in Singpore

03 December 2012  
4 am and I'm wide awake, staring at the ceiling, telling myself I must get some sleep, NOW!…
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Life as a Roadie

Wendy's Wanderings
15 November 2012  
My butcher said it whilst handing me the steak and our accountant said it only yesterday. ...You have such a glamorous life. Funny how we view each others lives.…
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November 2012 - Motorway Madness

05 November 2012  
On the Autoroute passing Aix an awkward silence settled in the car. I had asked my passengers what they knew of the Papal Schism of the 14th Century.…
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Mission Impossible

Wendy's Wanderings
14 September 2012  
It was fabulous to be back in Ireland preparing for Davids Roadshow on 11th September. The home of the creamy dark stuff and sense of humour that no one can beat. A long 3.5hrs on the ferry could have been very boring for David, Matt and I but later, with a cinema screen above us we watched 'Mission Impossible', and it was. You know the score, the ship arrives so we miss the last 5 minutes of the story.…
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October 2012 - Piazzale Michelangelo

05 September 2012  
I always feel a bit guilty returning to locations I've photographed before; it's as if I'm just re-hashing a recipe of old. Experience shows it does pay dividends though; times change, techniques change, I've changed...…
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September 2012 - Immaculate Conceptions

28 August 2012  
Dawn on Bulbarrow Hill; below lies the rolling countryside of Dorset's Blackmore Vale, green and lush from this summer's frequent downpours.…
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August 2012 - The Tea Pluckers

09 August 2012  
'Photographs of foreign people are not intrinsically interesting?' I quote from Nick Smith's highly amusing and entertaining piece Seven Deadly Sins in the May issue of OP. He had me chuckling; I thought I'd cornered the market for tongue in cheek sweeping statements and generalisations from the world of photography.…
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Handbags and Gladrags

Wendy's Wanderings
02 August 2012  
It was time to experiment with my snaps and textile projects. I now have time to try creating ideas that have been hovering in my head for some time.…
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The Day Long Miracle

Wendy's Wanderings
01 July 2012  
Umbria, Italy - a venue to soothe and heal the soul. I managed to make the second week of our Umbrian Workshop in May. Leaving a grey cool Bristol for the warm sunny Perugia Airport was a good start after having two hours to unpack and pack again, as well as scan my wedding certificate to pacify Easyjet!…
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I touched where the earth moved

Wendy's Wanderings
15 June 2012  
David's recent throw away comment led me to do some reading... "Scotland has some of the oldest rock forms in the world. How come?"…
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f11 News - June 2012

David's Blog
12 June 2012  
A Round up of Some of the More Interesting new snippets from the world of photography...…
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May 2012 - The Meaning of Life

29 May 2012  
I'm hanging around on a beach at dawn, contemplating a piece I read in the paper yesterday as I wait for a 30 second exposure to terminate.…
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f11 News - May 2012

David's Blog
04 May 2012  
A Round up of Some of the More Interesting New Snippets from the World of Photography courtesy of…
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February 2012 - Misty Water Coloured Memory

29 February 2012  
It didn't need a meteorology degree to know there was a strong likelihood of mist lying over the Wessex landscape this morning.…
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February 2012 - Travel Photography

28 February 2012  
Adventure drives photography. A sure fire way to give your photography a shot in the arm is to head for an exciting far flung destination. …
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From the summit of Harrison Stickle

David's Blog
21 February 2012  
Well by the time we got to the Lakes District the snow was old and melting. English winters are so disappointing; I guess I shouldn't be surprised by that anymore.…
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Yellow Boxes

David's Blog
10 February 2012  
A few more thoughts on Kodak after the iconic photographic firm filed for bankruptcy last month. …
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In the field Equipment

Wendy's Wanderings
01 February 2012  
I have recently been asked what I cannot live without in the field...…
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D4 v 1Dx

David's Blog
31 January 2012  
With the Olympics on the horizon, the lines for the latest battle in the Holy War between Nikon and Canon have been drawn. …
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January 2012 - Memory Loss

01 January 2012  
Do you know that sick feeling in the pit of the stomach, that moment when the penny drops and you realise that a once in a lifetime photographic opportunity has been missed?…
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