Covering a training weekend for folk who are off to run the Namibia Ultra Marathon for Men’s fitness. Truly awesome folk, and I wish them every success. I got a little chilly hanging around on Golden Cap for them to run along the coastal path and back, then ran/walked/trotted alongside them for the next 3 miles, snapping away.
Taking a load of staff photos for Golf Monthly. Not enormously exciting in it’s own right (though they are lovely folk), but since I drove in and parked in the basement of the Blue Fin Building where they’re based I had to put my car in a lift! A lift – whilst in my car! It was extremely cool.
Getting back into old, bad habits of messing up my work/life balance – too much of the former, and not enough of the latter.
And as of today, celebrating 16 years as a “pro” photographer. It was on the 1st of February 1993 that I first started on work experience on the local paper. I had my first shot published 2 days later, and the rest is history. Or Legend.