It cant just be me that is totally confused by the “lockdown” and how somehow it is now July, almost August. How and when did that happen?! Last thing I knew it was March. When I can do I’ve been continuing with my #Project365 over on Instagram. I’ve been using Lightroom mobile a lot more and continuing with my darker, moodier, contrasty black and white edits. I still haven’t really picked my cameras back up just yet. Work has been hectic to say the least and quite frankly, I get home and I can’t be bothered! View fullsize View fullsize…
On the bank holiday just gone we started the North Cheshire Way walk. Something we are periodically completing instead of one big, tiring walk.
I feel like I’m getting somewhere with my editing. Finally.
So, to start I need to do a bit of a catch up for the past few days. I missed when the site was down for maintenance. I’ve added a new page and gallery for my Project365 images which looks better. Not going to lie though. As satisfying as it is to have made my own website, it really was a complete pain.
The past few images haven’t been my best but I’m not quite as stressed as I was. Worth it, I guess. Now I’ve separated the 365 pictures from the blog I should be able to put it to much better use. It’s definitely easier to explain what’s been going on and how I’m feeling. So far I don’t think the mental health side of the blog has really been that obvious. I made this site in order to display both my pictures but to also, and mainly, improve my mental health through writing.
Whitby Park, Ellesmere Port I took a short walk around Whitby park in Ellesmere Port earlier to clear my head and to practice a little more with the camera.