I’m not complaining though – I think I’m probably as near the sweet spot as I’m likely to get. The reason it feels different is because on weekday evenings as I work or play on my computer, I’m hardly aware that I haven’t eaten, and in the past I’ve always been a heavy meal after 9 p.m. sort of person. All I’ve got to do now is to avoid the high calorie foods which go down easily such as biscuits and milky drinks. (And not make lemon sponge with butter icing to take to work for my birthday, and lick the spoon too often).
from Lonicera's non-digital archive
Churches - always marvellous subjects to photograph, from stained glass windows up to dreaming spires, and back to shadowy corners. I dislike using flash, essential though it is in certain situations, and enjoy the challenge of working out how best to use my camera to get an interesting picture without camera shake. These images were slides which I have scanned, and I'm glad I kept the underexposed ones, because with the aid of the computer I have been able to lighten the darkness in a way I could never have foreseen back in the early nineties when they were taken.
Bristol (I regret I'm not sure which church)