If you enjoy a glass of wine, then this blog post is certainly for you. I’m talking about corks. That small plug that seals the wine until you can resist it no longer and reach for that favourite item … [Read more...] about Corks for Wine or Screw Top Wine? Let’s Start an Argument
Creativity is nearly always someone’s desire to express their emotions and be an outlet for their passions. Way too many people say, “I’m not creative.” You are, we all are. It’s simply that from a … [Read more...] about Creativity and Art Isn’t Always Hung on the Wall
If you’re a creative person, you need to be on Instagram. Not to seek out a huge tribe of followers, though that would be nice. You need to be on Instagram because it’s a simply great place to fuel … [Read more...] about Use Instagram to Boost Your Creativity, Not Your Likes
Water on the Grass - iPhone 7 Plus On those days when I am out for a walk and the overcast is complete, you know that you're not going to get anything with stellar light. However, like most things … [Read more...] about Nature’s Details
It’s Sunday morning as I write this, probably Monday by the time this goes out and I simply wanted to share with you a simple thought that I have mentioned to a few people this past week. And they all … [Read more...] about How to Save the World and Everything In It. It’s Easy
It’s with a heavy heart that I heard of the failure of the Wemark stock photography project. However is wasn’t a surprise. If you’re a non-photography person, to explain, Wemark promised much to image … [Read more...] about Sadly, Why Wemark Was Always Doomed to Fail, Here’s The Positives You Can Take From It.
“I don’t understand digital marketing. I hate it, I wish it would go away!” This has happened twice now in less that a week. And while to me, digital marketing is so obvious that I cannot believe that … [Read more...] about Beginners guide to digital marketing – and I MEAN beginners
Butterly and iPhone This one simply re-enforces a blog post I've been thinking of this past week. I'm often asked, generally around Christmas time and the summer holiday season, which is the best … [Read more...] about Hello Blue Eyes
I have to say, I was a little hurt when I read it. The analysis of my characteristics and personality was there in print, had been passed on to my boss and also the car manufacturer who had been … [Read more...] about Why Being Labeled ‘Not A Team Player’ is a Strength to Your Team
French orchard at dawn The camera EXIF data recorded the time at 05:55. Then I recalled that my camera was still living on UK time, so that makes it 04:55. I don't always rise at that time of the … [Read more...] about Orchard at Dawn
I’m writing this as the week of the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 comes around. I feel the need to talk about Astronauts and their views and opinions. On life, on the world and above all on what we’re … [Read more...] about Why We Should be Listening to Astronauts and Not Politicians
I could feel the heat radiating from the wall behind me. It had been baking all day in the direct sunlight and now, as the sun was setting, it was releasing that stored energy, gently warming my back … [Read more...] about Fabian and Lucy
We all have a phrase that makes us rear up onto our hind legs. That utterance from others that probably means nothing to them, however it flicks a switch inside of you and lights a fuse that burns … [Read more...] about “With All Due Respect” – Yeah Whatever Dude.
I love them. And right now, you are probably doing one of two things. Either nodding in agreement, your mind bringing forth a vision of a warm Mediterranean evening, the paving under foot still warm … [Read more...] about About Olives
It’s March 28th 2017, northern France. The Citroen rental car is giving it’s best possible performance, but we don’t seem to be catching them up. For more than an hour now, we’ve been heading across … [Read more...] about Chasing the Mirage – 2 Years On
This is a true story and probably one of my most inspiration days of work ever. It made me realise that disability is what you make of it and that humans are actually really complicated things. It was … [Read more...] about A Blind Man Driver – Aston Martin Track Instruction That Taught Me Some Lessons