So finally made a decision about which camera to get as a travel buddy. After selling my first image to a publishing house I bought myself a Fuji X20 enthusiast compact camera for travelling. I chose to get the retro silver version and got a great deal from Calumet Photography in Belfast. As you can imagine I couldn’t wait to go home to unbox this new toy, so instead popped into the Starbucks on Elmwood Avenue.
While there I submitted the above image taken with the X20 for the #FlickrFriday theme ‘Yesterday’ featuring a black and white print of an original Starbucks shop on the wall of the newly furnished Elmwood store. To my surprise this morning it was Explored.
Click the image to see other my other explored photos or if you would like to see the rest of my snaps taken yesterday with the X20 in Starbucks click here.
Today one of my images that I had taken for #FlickrFriday theme #PolkaDots was featured on Flickr Explored. Which is amazing as I was still deciding if it was good enough for the challenge, but making the top 500 of the day was a real boost in confidence.
Click the above to see my other images that was #Explored.
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?
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.
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.