Wednesday, 2 November 2016

Foundations





Back to basics.  Fresh air, noticing the seasons (and we are having an exceptionally lovely autumn this year),  morning pages, something small but creative every day.

Going gently.

Reminding myself that it's all the little things that count.  Reminding myself to stop and notice them.

Breathe.

Establishing foundations.







10 comments:

  1. All good things. Trying to do the same here. Some days (and weeks) feel more successful than others!

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    1. It's so bumpy isn't it! I like things to be going smoothly and well. Definitely working on consistency. :) x

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  2. I love this shot, how are you going being totally stuck? do you want to do a month of food? not just boring pictures of plates, but the details - the salt, the teaspoon, the herbs? let me know if you want to do it on flickr and I will set up a group

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    1. Hi Justine, yes please to a flickr group and love the idea of food detail, I am definitely up for that! x

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  3. Morning Pages are a great foundation. I just started my third year, I couldn't live without them.

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    1. That's amazing discipline Sarah - I did them for just over a year and it made such a difference but then I started thinking they didn't make that much of a difference, that I could do without them. Lesson learned! x

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  4. I like your words "it's the little things that count." I've been considering doing a project of photographing the little, ordinary things of life. I'm think of starting in January. BTW, that's a beautiful photo!

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    1. That sounds like a great project. I think I need to revisit the ordinary things of life. I used to but then they seemed so, well....ordinary! But my ordinary isn't the same as anyone else's ordinary and I need to keep reminding myself of that. Can't wait to see what your ordinary looks like. x

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  5. with your fuji to make it wireless just download the fujifilm app on your phone. When you are ready to download pictures just go to your camera and into menu and then on the camera picture on the left (3rd down) scroll down till you get to wireless communication. You then go to your phone and find fuji in your wireless connections, click that and then the camera and phone talk to each other. Just make sure that you are in the correct folder of your memory cards if you are using jpeg/raw you need to make sure you are in the jpeg file (hold the arrow button you use to scroll through photos and it will switch memory cards if you are on the jpeg/raw format). Hope this all makes sense!

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    1. Brilliant! thanks so much Justine, off to download the app now. Sounds like a huge timesaver and I'd never have worked it out on my own! x

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