One Photo A Day: February 2016

“Don’t shoot what it looks like, shoot what it feels like”
David Alan Harvey

The second month of my challenge was a little bit harder to complete. Days are getting busier, not necessarily with photography. Taking the photos doesn’t seem to be a problem. There is still plenty of inspiration everywhere I go. It’s processing the photos and posting them regularly online that I keep falling behind with.

February was full of new experiences which provided many more opportunities for my camera. Martin and I completed three more sections of the South Downs Way. For the first time I experienced breathtaking starlings murmurations in Brighton. I met up with a friend of mine to have a wander around the evening London streets, and had another camera club talk, this time in Potters Bar Photographic Society.

All in all it was another great month that brought me a lot of joy despite the stress of trying to fit everything and anything into my days. So much to do and so little time to do it…

“Taking pictures is savoring life intensely, every hundredth of a second.”
Marc Riboud

If you would like to see any of the images and read the stories behind them, please us the links below. There are also a few outtakes that didn’t make it as a picture of the day, but which I found hard to part with.