I have been very quiet on this blog for far too long, so just a quick little something, once again all in the name of procrastination, and back to the grind I go.
Six years ago to this very day (it was also a Thursday) our destinies changed for the better, with the arrival of Oliver.
Happy Birthday Oli! Oh, how I love you so.
The vuvuzelas have faded and the World Cup has now sadly drawn to a close. I must say I'm going to miss the flags waving merrily, watching the games and the little ones screaming out the name of the country, when they recognise a flag. But, then again, I suppose all good things come to an end and so too the end of the school holidays.
The boys (and cousin Angelique) were treated to a helicopter ride this weekend.
And so life goes on... no more procrastination and no World Cup to blame...its back to work we go, Hi Hoo!
I can't pinpoint exactly how I initially scan and ultimately select images I'm partial to for the blog, but, for some reason or another, I'm not especiallly accomplished at this particular task, as I tend to neglect images like this.
We're over the hill. 2010 is officially half gone, can you believe it? Then again, the one agreeable aspect is from here on in, our days now begin to lengthen and the mercury levels should also start to rise - at least towards the latter part of July.
Other news from this end;
On the workshop front, there have been many requests to host yet another forum. I am super excited to annouce that I will be hosting RE.INVENT II with Dror. We have packed in some extra bits on marketing and branding, a model shoot and practical shooting tips on how to shoot decor.
If you are interested in joining us, then carry on reading here. Last time seats sold out pretty fast, so I would suggest if you are interested book now - as we will once again keep the numbers low so that we have a small group.
In other splendid news, Admired in Africa has re-launched with a spanking-new look and I'm thrilled to bits to be one of the photogaphers featured. I also love the fact one of my images was used in the header. (Blowing that
trumpet vuvuzela again).
That's it from my side.