Girafferacing's PhotoBlog

While writing up some information for a magazine article yesterday, I noted that I needed to submit a current head shot of myself. This led me to look back…

It may be November, but the roses in our garden are still in flower, so we’ve been bringing the odd bloom into the house so we can enjoy them without getting…

I may have decided not to worry about shooting and posting to my blog every day, now that I’ve passed the ten year mark, but it’s proving to be a hard habit to…

Ten years ago today I quietly slipped into the habit of taking a photo every day and I’ve kept it up ever since. Having promised myself a break after decade I…

I headed into London today with a group of my friends from the camera club for a spot of street photography. We started at Westminster, heading from there to…

Since the beginning of 2018 I’ve seen an increasing number of these solitary soldiers dotted around the country. They’re part of the commemorations for the…

After a day spent directing music yesterday, I shifted to a spot of wordsmithing today. My task was to complete an article I’ve been writing about mirrorless…

The heavens opened today, shrouding the Gloucestershire hills in dense drizzle all day. I managed to escape for a few minutes during our lunchbreak, threw on a…

It’s a long while since I visited the International Centre for Birds of Prey so when I had the opportunity today I took it. I was keen to give my camera a…

Travelling down to Sussex today, I had an hour to spare before my rehearsal, so I popped into the motor circuit at Goodwood en-route. A track day was in…

A few weeks ago I shared some film photo photos I’d digitised by photographing them with my digital camera. While the monochrome films worked out really well I…

After the glorious sunshine yesterday, today’s grey drizzle was a complete letdown. Sitting in my kiosk at Hatfield Forest I contrasted the scene with the…

Now the clocks have gone back, sunset is coming earlier. The sun was dropping in the sky quite rapidly during the last hour of my shift at Hatfield Forest this…

The grounds of Culford School is home to large numbers of rooks and they were out in force early this morning as I took a pre-breakfast walk. Seeing these two…

With a full twelve hour working day ahead of me, I kept my eyes peeled for potential pictures as I walked from the dining hall to the main building at Culford…

One of the challenges of doing a 365 project (whether it’s year one or ten) are those days when you’re up against the clock. Today was just such a day. I knew…

At my evening class last night one of my students kindly brought me some glorious red dahlias from her garden. They’re such a wonderful shade of red that it…

As many of you will know, I started a photo a day project here back in November 2008. I slipped into without really trying as I gradually posted photos more…
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