So as the tardiness of my blog posts since March attest…
…I’ve been away for a bit. A combination of trips abroad, greater responsibility in my day job and some other projects that took priority all conspired to slow my blog down for a while. Apologies to those of you that enjoy coming here.
I was spurred into action again this week by the manic/tragic events that unfolded around me, though thankfully they appear to have stopped now.
I’ve not been idle with a camera though. Birmingham’s recent Zombie Invasion was a fun photographic event that I’ve only processed the tip of the iceberg for Flickr so far.
We’ve also had a range of weekend city centre events including the NoFitState Circus in Chamberlain Square and the SkyRide cycling event that closed off city streets between the Bullring and Cannon Hill Park to allow some weird and wonderful contraptions to navigate with ease, all under pedal power.
I was also asked to cover the 30 year reunion gig by the Mean Street Dealers who I discovered to be a really fabulous live act, as well as a great photographic subject.
Even today, I found Manchester United FC, Nigel Mansell, Jasper Carrott and a classic car event all within 2 minutes walk of ND towers.
Finally, I am also part of a Birmingham based photographic group and we’re currently arranging an exhibition to take place during September. More details to come 🙂
I’ve got lots of stories to write from this summer, and probably a few comments too after 24th August when Nikon are holding a press conference that is widely expected to announce their next generation of FX sensor cameras.
So stick with me, business as normal resumes soon.