Firstly, let me start by apologising for not posting more often. I am sorry.
Secondly, let me take you on a journey - it will get strange, it will take us to places and scenes that will make us feel slightly uncomfortable. It will make you laugh, it may make you cry (although I hope not too often - or lots if they are tears of laughter), it will challenge your perception of the world you live in and hopefully make it a better place to be. Or it may do none of these things, it may just be a nose dive into the rabbit hole that is the inner workings of my mind.
I have been encouraged by some very wise, talented and supportive people to write more. As I don't feel qualified to write regularly enough on Photography I will instead focus on the heart of what this blog has been about all along, how I feel. How I feel when I'm shooting, how I feel when I'm not. It will focus on the human side of the person behind the camera behind the photographs. there will be laughter - there will be tears (of laughter) and there will be those times when I just need a rant.
There are many Street Photography blogs that focus purely on technique and I recommend you look for these, to help you further. They do that side of it so much better than I - and that's not what I need to write about. Anyone who has walked with me will tell you that technique is not my forte - the human moment - thats firmly where I sit. So here we go - as I am about to share MY human moments with you. I hope you come along for the journey...