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Double Locks, ExeterProject 365

In case you’ve not heard of it. Project365 is when you take one photo each day, each month, for twelve months.

I like the idea of being able to keep track of a year, also taking a photo a day will hopefully both teach me to take better photos, and help keep me looking at things in a new way.

If you’re interested please check out my #project365 website.

New wordpress theme: Greyzed

Posted: June 3, 2010 in blogs
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A quick heads up to anyone that reads this blog on an RSS feed – you might wanna come here…

I dont often come across a free blog theme that makes think “ooooo pretty” (or a more manly version of “ooooo pretty”), but I do like this one! If you like it you can select from the Theme option in wordpress…

Slightly Failed…

Posted: May 16, 2010 in blogs

Sorry if you’re waiting to hear back from us at the moment – just been on holiday around England for the last very long time. If you’ve dropped me a line / email and I’ve not got back to you… I will!!!!

(also… a few sites seem to be having emotional issues at the mo… please let me know if you see any problems with sites you know I look after…)

I have something to admit. I’m slowly getting into photography. I think its maybe due to the combination of getting a semi decent camera (FinePix S5700), and some very unexpected compliments from friends and family. General pondering has led me to wonder about getting a flickr pro account. Now I’ve had a look at it, and cant help but wonder – Whats the point?

It looks like its a fancy back up service for your photos, and not really much more.

So is there any reason why I should go for it, or is that a better photo sharing service I could use?

A Comment from a Fan

Posted: December 11, 2009 in blogs

Language Warning… (more…)

Possible best Doctor Who related blog post ever…
St. Aidan to Abbey Manor

Do you know where I am?

Posted: November 21, 2009 in blogs
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Well it looks like wordpress my start “geotagging” posts. In English this means that when you make a post, wordpress tells everyone where you are.

Thankfully this is looking like its “opt in”, as in its not forced on you. Hopefully it will be kept that way. I would love to keep the freedom to say how happy those Christian kids look on the Atheist bus, without having Dawkins knocking on my door…