I often think that an ideal world, photographically speaking, would be one where I'd spend at least three of four hours taking photographs each day: and each day I'd post the best of that day's efforts here. Sadly though, it's not an ideal world and I frequently don't manage to find any time at all. That said, if I did have new material to post each day I probably wouldn't have the inclination to trawl back through my old material and wouldn't rediscover images that, on subsequent viewing, I find I really like.

This one, taken in March 2005, is of Rhowan, half asleep on Amirah's shoulder, drifting off into a world of her own.

Oh, and the slight diffuse effect in this one is the result of the slow shutter speed rather than any post-production work.

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8.43am on 21/3/05
Canon 20D
EF 70-200 f/4L USM
100mm (160mm equiv.)
f/5.0
1/20
manual
n/a
evaluative
100
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RAW
C1 Pro
2x1
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