Adventures in light painting, because if you have a camera and a laser pen, you kind of have to. Right?
I think we can all agree that I'm basically social media trash for doing this, but I started using Instagram again. I enjoy it and there's no deeper meaning than that. It's actually OK to do things just because you enjoy them.
Time for some time management chat! It's been a while since I wrote anything here about planning and productivity. I've just started using a new scheduling system so I thought it might be fun to share it with you.
Photos from East Lothian Council's firework display in Musselburgh on 5th November 2018.
I woke up early and was blessed with this view from the bedroom window. I was so happy to be able to capture those stunning colours exactly as they were. Nature is amazing.
I took my camera out into the garden with the intention of taking pictures of the contrast between the deciduous hedge turning orange and the evergreen hedge staying green, but I ended up falling in love with this unexpected bit of contrast between pale and dark green shades.
Not really (or at least not intentionally) artistic but still vaguely interesting pictures of things that found their way in front of my eyes. And strange twisty versions of my face, just because.
Forensic psychology love, Netflix awesomeness (yes, I will over-analyse TV shows until the end of time) and the snuggliest of all snuggly things.
Continuing my casual photography theme of little moments of beauty in everyday life, this is what today gave me.
Having recently discovered the #vss365 (very short stories every day) tag on Twitter, I've been enjoying a daily nudge from my muse, with each day's prompt inspiring me to write something new that has nothing to do with the book I'm working on. A lot of my recent #vss365 Tweets have been seasonally dark so I thought it would be fun to share a selection of them here. Enjoy!