Do you know its been over a year since I last posted on here? This is my own website, and I've not even been on here for over a year - not even looked at it!! For shame!
I've been lax -I'll admit it. That's possibly the biggest understatement you've ever read. And yes, I know what you're thinking - how sad. How terribly annoying that this person is lamenting what is undoubtedly something of their own creation. I have no excuses for you. This is my own responsibility. My own problem. So I'm not going to burden you with it (whoo hoo I hear you cry!).
The best thing about visiting your own website, especially when you haven't been on it for a long time, is looking back at the things you've done, and reliving them. Actually, I'm quite proud of it. I loved every minute of the things I have already done, and now that I'm travelling in a new direction, I'm looking forward to doing more.
Today when I came on here, I was pleasantly surprised. 45 views this month. 38 the previous. How lovely. To those of you who have looked on my website this month I have one thing to say. Thank you. Thank you for taking the time to drop by and have a look. Thank you for giving my website that time.
I hope you continue to visit. Just knowing that you paused in your day to look on this site makes me feel awesome, and tremendously valued. I am going to break my previous tradition of infrequently writing blogs and begin again. After all, good intentions are nothing without action. So whilst I am not planning on becoming a runaway train of photographic insight; I am planning on keeping going.
Exciting things are happening this month. I have the honour of photographing the Gregg School Prom, which will be a highlight of my year. I love that the Gregg always request an informal style of photography, so that the young adults there can enjoy the evening without spending all of it queuing for photos. They look fabulous, and shock you into realising that they are grown ups (almost) but at the same time, will still boogie on the dance floor and pop the balloons.
There will be a blog about it afterwards, so keep an eye out.
Until next time, keep snapping!