Stanton House is my favourite Japanese restaurant and does the best sushi I have found yet…
So if you are in Swindon, I would definitely recommend the visit. Stanton House also has these beautiful massive grounds – Stanton Park – which is where I went for a walk around with my boyfriends wonderful parents and jack (the dog) on Sunday. It was a lovely day, and a lovely walk. But I’m still sad about missing the sushi.. But here’s hoping I can go next week!
Usually I am more interested in photographing people than animals or anything else…
But this City Farm project has gotten me more excited about my photographs of chicken more than my photographs of the people. I’m not sure where that change of interest came from, and might not last long after this project is over, or I might stick with photographing animals for a while. Not sure if my images are any good or not.. But I do enjoy farms.. I get all excited, like a small child.
My final year of university is rapidly coming to a close, and I’m not sure how I feel about it..
I’ve never particularly got on with education, and I definitely don’t see myself doing any further education..Just nooo thank you. But at the same time, I really don’t want to finish and then get a job in the real world. I enjoy my mid afternoon naps too much. (:
Again, after saying that I had a great week at the John Lewis Photography Studio for a weeks work experience and I thoroughly enjoyed my time. The 9-5 thing with an hour travelling time both ways was a struggle to get used too, but happy to say I didn’t mind it where as I thought I would never be able to have that kind of job. Oddly I’m stressing more about the 3 exhibitions that I have coming up than the actual university work. (one solo)
Anyway, I have still been happily shooting away at Stepney City Farm. At the farmers market this Saturday I picked up a loaf of Haloumi Bread from @ebbyskitchen and I have to say its amazing, and I have already eaten all of it…chubby but happy tummy.
Sadly again, I didn’t manage to photograph the new baby goats who have just been born. I will catch them one day!
I really love pigs…
That being said, it wasn’t the easiest thing ever to photograph these two. I don’t like photographing outdoors when its really sunny, and it was when I went to photograph these pigs.. makes too many harsh shadows and highlights. Next time it’ll hopefully be a little more overcast. I’m not a great fan of the shots I got from today, but I do like some of them which are the few below.
If you’re interested in travel photography, or just interested in photography then this is for you!
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It really gets me excited about photography again…
I mean, lately I haven’t had such the enthusiastic approach to photography that I used to. Well I love looking at work, but for my own work I have very little motivation.
But as said in a previous post, I have been visiting a farm in East London. Great little place and I have been enjoying my time there so far. I photographed the farmers market yesterday and I really love some of the results.
Also I’m enjoying photographing recovering ex battery chickens. Talking to one of the workers I found out they have only been at the farm a few weeks but are already showing great signs of healing. It’s wonderful to see.
I would personally like to invite any photography fanatics to an event on Monday the 17th of February
This event is a photography book launch in aid of one of my third year BA modules. We’d love the support of any one who could come!
The details are:
Date: Monday 17th February
Time: 12pm – 4pm
Location: Leytonstone Library
6 Church LN, London, E11 1HG
Event: Photography Book Launch
‘No Borders’, a travel photo book, designed by five aspiring photography students at The University of East London. The photographs presented will raise awareness of countries around the globe, by helping an audience understand the culture that distinguishes them. The viewers can have an insight to the places they have never been before, but hope to go one day, after coming across No Borders.
If any one out there is thinking of coming, I’d love to hear any comments either on this post, or over at the events blog page: No Borders Photographers