Month: May 2013

Pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

slowing down after a few very hectic weeks i’ve been trying to slow down a bit over the last few days. usually i have to do ‘slowing down’ quite slowly: i cannot just switch from 180 to 0. so having small tasks like visiting my friend jane at her stall in broadway market are very helpful. so are walks. cooking. knitting… i saw this lady sitting on a bench in bethnal green as i walked […]

pic of the week

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  technology   this week i did a 3-day course in ‘participatory photography’ with PhotoVoice and learned lots of practical and programmatic stuff about introducing photography to groups as a tool for self-expression and empowerment. my biggest anxiety about this was around technology and whether we would need to buy lots of expensive equipment to run such projects and whether we’d need to explain lots of complicated things about ISO, shutter speed and aperture (which […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

depth   last weekend i stayed in laughton lodge for a weekend away with the people i live with. no phone and internet and lots of quality time, blue bells and bon fire. to make up for the week i missed out i put 2 pictures up today. and a quote by mark doty: “when i say I hate time, paul says how else could we find depth of character, or grow souls?”     […]