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Pressure's a funny thing. When I thought about how much we had to do over the next couple of weeks, and knowing that I'll be away for most of this coming week, it seemed impossible that I'd be able to take anything in the next couple of days that would be worth putting up – hence my comment yesterday, that I probably wouldn't be posting for a few days or longer.

But, ironically, I think that decision removed the pressure somewhat and I took two portraits yesterday evening (of myself and my wife, that I'll probably put up on Monday and Tuesday) and managed to produce three shots that I'm happy with today. This one is hardly spectacular, but I do think it's quite interesting, and is of a mirrored mobile that our eldest two have hanging at their window.

Anyway, I now have enough stuff to keep me going till Wednesday, but there may be a couple of days after that when nothing goes up. I'll be away and am not sure what level of internet access I'll have, and don't, as yet, actually have anything to put up anyway.

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Canon G5
5.51pm on 12/6/04
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4x3 + self-portrait
comment by amanda at 05:13 AM (GMT) on 13 June, 2004

You're a cheeky bugger, aren't you?

This has cheek and naughtyness written all over it.

comment by Kjetil at 10:19 AM (GMT) on 13 June, 2004

Glad you found time to post another photo. This one is kind of cool.
Neat. Do I see a Canon Powershot G5?

comment by Jeremy at 09:29 PM (GMT) on 13 June, 2004

Not a huge fan of this one

comment by tiffany at 06:15 AM (GMT) on 14 June, 2004

I like it. Compositionwise, it's definitely quirky but I think it works. My eye is so heavily drawn to the middle, but the bright colors and the building in the background make for a very interesting image.