May I wish you all a Happy New Year and all of the best for 2018!
It's been quite a while since I last updated this blog. Events away from this blog in real life have led me down a new path and as a result I haven't had quite the same time for photography as of late. It's at once a bad thing and a good thing; a bad thing because I love photography, but it's a good thing in that when I do get to do it now, it's a real treat and it reminds me just how much I enjoy it.
With the above being said, however, I want to try to start shooting more images again during this year and beyond. I recently had a chance to revisit a favourite stretch of coastline and shoot images for my ongoing geology project. This particular stretch has been mostly under sand the last few times that I have visited it so it was a very pleasant surprise to turn up and have it revealed to me. It's stoked the fires to get back to that project as geological abstracts are a subject matter that I adore shooting.
Also on the horizon is me finally publishing a project that I've been working on on-and-off over a few years in the background, a project I've thrillingly titled 'Doors'. It was a project that originally started out with me shooting doors around Edinburgh and I had intended to keep it to doors from just that area. However, as the years have gone by I've quietly amassed a good number of shots from lots of different places so I've decided to make it just about doors of all shapes and sizes from everywhere.
I'm hoping to have this published on my website sometime during the summer and I'd like to turn it into a short run of books as well (something I'm definitely going to do with my geology shots in the future). For now, however, I'll leave you with a few shots from the Doors project.