I used to sell photos on a regular basis when I lived in Mexico. Mostly via Flickr. These days, sales are few and far between. I don't upload photos to Flickr anymore, but I do post to 500px and every now and then I get a sale. It seems to be the same four or … Continue reading Top Trumps
Last tonight - or early this tomorrow morning, depending on your way of thinking - the clocks went back. The railway switched to the Leaf Fall timetable a couple of weeks ago, which means trains leave five minutes early. This, of course, is because autumn has properly replaced summer and billions of red, brown and … Continue reading All Change
Greeting from Paris! I know. Not what you expected. This afternoon, Mrs P and I sat in the sun and had ourselves a modest little picnic. If I am to be honest with you, I did not expect to be sitting having a picnic in the Parisian sun, under the gaze of the beautiful Montmatre. … Continue reading Vive la France!
The most famous, or perhaps infamous, numerical rule of late has been the Rule of Six. Introduced last year by the U.K. government to try and reduce the rate of transmission of the coronavirus, it has proven somewhat controversial. I don’t know why. I think people just like to be controversial. It seemed simple to … Continue reading The Rule of Three
I send you seasons greetings and warmest wishes from the south coast of England, where we have been enjoying the benefits of living in a Tier 2 region. Most of the rest of the country is in either Tiers 3 or 4, or headed there tomorrow. Tier 2 means life goes on pretty much as … Continue reading Merry Christmas
I’ve deliberately misspelled the headline and made it more clickbait worthy. And topical, with the upcoming election. But anyway, whilst I am usually a sender of postcards, on this occasion I was the recipient. Thanks William.
I've used Flickr, as a paying subscriber, for over a decade. And I've been a happy subscriber, for two reasons. Firstly, Flickr displays photos beautifully with powerful organisational tools in the background. Secondly, because although Flickr hasn't done much with regards innovation for years and years, there's still no other photography sharing site that comes close … Continue reading Memories