Thursday, 30 June 2011
I made a little detour on my way home from work experience today, to try and capture the sunlight over Abberton Reservoir. I think I succeeded :)
I spent a lot longer there than I had originally planned (I left work at half 5 and didn't get home until 7 :S) because there were so many feathers! And really nice and different feathers too, like from geese and swans. The ones I really wanted were all out of reach (there was a fence) but I still probably picked up about 50, of all shapes and sizes, including some really long ones :) a good haul.
Some photographs I took on my way home :)
I just think this is an adorable name for a street:
Hollyhocks, my new favourite flower:
I drive past this house twice a day and it's on a really annoying road where there's nowhere to stop, but luckily there was a bit of traffic today so I got a quick photo while I was waiting. I love the red roses against the white.
Wednesday, 29 June 2011
Sorting through some older work for my website I found these, which I did for a Print projects in which I was briefed to write, design and publish my own magazine. I chose to do it about the disused stations on the London Underground, and gave the magazine a very handmade/scrapbooky feel, as if I'd been around the underground collecting the information.
Tuesday, 28 June 2011
I went out at lunch today (I'm on work experience) and had a bit of a wander around old Colchester with my camera:
There's been beautiful flowers blooming everywhere recently, and I'm a sucker for flowers so I couldn't resist!
The sky was looking amazing last night so I got a shot with the weather vane on top of my garage:
My mum's statue in the garden. I'm pretty pleased with the framing of this photograph:
Sunday, 26 June 2011
I persuaded my dad to drive me to Mersea Island today, as I wanted to take photos of the beach huts.
It was such a lovely day, however, that there were loads of people on the beach so I couldn't get the shots I wanted :( I'll have to go back early next weekend before the beach fills up.