After many attempts I finally made a @_posterproject deadline!! The word was ‘rise’ and I’ve been messing with light painting and self portraits so thought this was appropriate. Check out their profile and take part in the new year!
December is always a rather grim personal creative time, I look back on a year of very little creativity or projects and realise that when I don’t set myself forced deadlines I really do nothing. While wallowing in this I came across the below tweet from @iamashley
I’m up for it. Always enjoy starting a creative year with daily photos, maybe this is a good way to end a stagnate one.
— Guy Phenix (@GuyPhenix) November 30, 2018
So with a suitable kick up the butt I started to bring my camera with me on walks and work. Below are some of the lunch time adventures and late night dog walks that I documented. I am hoping this creative kick will finish my year as I plan 2019 to begin, full of projects, creating great personal content and not wallowing in December 2019 about what I could have done. It’s not much but at least it’s something, one day I may even actually edit my photos…
Winter has well and truly arrived in Glasgow. Not the frosty mornings and sight of breath you’d expect, but so much rain and a natures carpet of leaves everywhere.
Elliott and I decided to head on out for a grand day in the rain, adventures through Kelvingrove, pictures in Glasgow University gardens and then a cheeky pint in Bag of Nails ( formally known as The Partick Tavern). The Bournemouth Vs Man Utd game with the commentary of the Rangers game, oh Glasgow.
We enjoyed ourselves and this is always the best view of Kelvingrove 👌🏼😛