Quality not quantity


I started my ‘picture a day for 365 days’ 114 days ago, not realising at the time how my working life would change so drastically. I’m working 6 days a week now, and a fair amount of home time is taken up with processing the work, or doing related study etc etc.  Bit by bit my 365 has degenerated into bulk uploads and camera phone shots late at night in desperation to keep it going,  but that’s not the way I wanted to do the 365 and I’m not enjoying it, so have decided to call a halt. Of course I’ll still take pictures when opportunity arises, but quality, not quantity feels more important and relevant right now.

Some from last week.

stikybeek

 

Doo

leyburn

Categories: 365, birds, Nikon, photography, robins, thoughts, UncategorizedTags: , , , , ,

8 comments

  1. Enjoying what you do is of course the most important thing. I hope this means the business is going well (other than having no time off)?

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    • a shaky start but things really picking up business wise, but mad working hours, which I’m afraid quite depresses me, I wasn’t born to work quite this much 😀 and I miss the creative flow which is non-existent at the mo. Am going on holiday to Italy for a week on Friday so am really looking forward to it! Expect I’ll take the odd snap whilst I’m there. 🙂

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  2. Ole yur work,beautiful photos

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  3. Great idea, Frag. Way to do what works best for you.
    I’m loving the quality already.

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  4. Very nice photos, and hey, if it makes you feel any better, I’m running into the same problem with my posts. Not enough time…

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