Caran d’Ache Geneva

Caran d'Ache Geneva by Derek Hall
Caran d’Ache Geneva, a photo by Derek Hall on Flickr.

Flickr Explore is an odd thing to understand. In my time on Flickr I’ve had three images featured, but I can’t say they where particularly my best photos not that they were in anyway amazing. However it’s still an interesting channel which I would love to understand. What does everyone else think?

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Photography Exhibit

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Bonfire Of The VanitiesTake In All InLaw And OrderVisual RemindersTaxi ConfessionsBuilding Of A Future
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NI Photography Exhibit, a set on Flickr.

Great day at The MAC taking in the photography exhibition of Northern Ireland in a variety of images. Well worth a visit if you are in Belfast.

Lifebuoy 

Lifebuoy’s are one of those everyday things you never seem to notice much. Yet they are orange, iconic lifesavers that I find striking against a strong blue sky.

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97 Percent

Last week on the #FlickrFriday group the challenge was a head scratcher of a theme – #97Percent. I have to say this one really stretched the old grey matter, but I discovered the statistic that 97 percent of climate scientists agree that man made climate change is real. So here is my photographic portrayal of that stat.

Click the above image to see all my #FlickrFriday submissions and the six that were featured on the #Flickr blog.

Children’s Notebooks

Notebooks I ordered from Truprint for my niece and nephews arrived today. They are created from images I shot of toys they each like. I like how they turned out and the quality of the printing is good, so I highly recommend them.

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Man of Steel

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The Lives Of Others

This weeks #FlickrFriday theme was ‘The Lives Of Others’, which immediately the mind thinks of snapping people going about their business through a zoom lens. However, I quickly imagined this would be the default choice of most submissions and I prefer pictures of people up close and personal if I can. So here is what I decided to go with, seven very different biographies that give us an insight into the lives of others.

Click the above image to see all my #FlickrFriday concepts and five that were featured on the #Flickr blog. Feel free to leave comments or helpful insights. I’m keen to learn from better photographers.