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Having just read a thread from one of our members about losing motivation to get out with his camera I thought we should try and discover what motivates us to keep those apertures open!!
Me and hubby have a very nice caravan which gets us to some great places not too far away, even if it is only for the weekend. I work ridiculously long hours, one day off a fortnight and have to make the most of weekends off. To escape for a couple of days is bliss and our weekends are always based on good photographic opportunities for me, mountain biking for hubby. Without our caravan I probably wouldn't use my camera half as much. Even if the weather is a bit rubbish I take all my books and mags so I can at least read about photograhy!
Look forward to the day I can get a laptop then I will be able to work on my images at the end of the day without having to wait 'til we get home
What gets you out and about and inspired?
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Great big billowing clouds!
Any weather as long as there is a great big mountain to climb.
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ROFL, not quite what I was expecting!
Light, light, light and more light.
I'm lucky enough to live in a fabulous place so when the light turns up I just have to get out into it with the camera.
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MY IMMENSE PASSION !!!
Is size important?
Given work and childcare, it is very very rare that I get the opportunity to go out specifically with the intention of doing photography alone (1 day so far in last year), so I tend to take my camera everywhere and just photograph things that strike me in the day - if anything does. Hence photos of office, train station, university buildings, family outings, view on walk from picking kids up from school and nursery. Nowadays its just a part of life- which since I returned to photography after long break in order to stop smoking is probably good.
Bugs, wildebeest herds, huge ones, in my back yard; gohers(ground squirrels really); looking forward to the return of the dragonflies and damsels. Last week it was -21C here with a -35 windchill, today it is +15C, and I'll be soaking up some vitamin D with a good book.
I like to soak up a good merlot after a day out with the camera!!!
Just soak up the Merlot... Sod the day out!
No sooner said than drunk...hic
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