If anyone can guess this I'll be amazed.
A creative challenge I've set myself. Can I take a picture every day that says something about me - my life, my art, my friends. Will I last a year or will I lose interest after the first few weeks? There's only one way to find out.
This evening I had fun freaking out the neighbours. I've found it slightly unnerves them when you wander around in the dark taking photos. It made me smile.
Whilst I was wandering, I found this lamp that always makes me think of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. I'm quite impressed that despite the chill, I managed to get a reasonably crisp shot. One day I will have to remember my tripod!
Today's shot has been a real struggle.
I went to the Royal Albert Hall with my housemate, Bre, to watch a performance of Carmina Burana. The venue was stunning and I took lots of photos.I also took some fantastic photos (if I say so myself) of the surrounding area. I'll post them on my other blog if your curious. Then maybe you'll understand my dilemma.
We've been making 3-D sculptures from photocopy of mini paper sculptures. Confused? It's playing with 2-D and 3-D. I've really enjoyed making these pieces and made a realisation today. Alot of my work seems to be influenced by Henry Moore.
I'm amazed I didn't realise sooner. It was only a conversation with one of my tutors that made me make the connection.
Today we were working on structures. The day was so busy and I was so tired, I barely had time to think about taking any other photos. I'm sorry you must be really bored of my Uni shots.
While I think about it. My internet connection has been really jazz at the moment so my lack of response to your kind comments is not because I'm being rude. I'd really like to thank the usual suspects - Alan, Timmy, Laura, Susan and Ozzy in particular. If I've forgotten you, it's truly not personal, mt memory is appalling. All comments are gratefully received. I may even be able to return the favour if I can ever sort out my internet!
I've spent alot of today knitting. Being a poor student (ahhhhhh), many of my friends will be receiving made gifts. These range from hats and socks to silly things like this sheep. The pattern is for a basic sheep and then you knit coats for it to dress it in. It uses up oddments of wool and I think it's kinda fun.