Patterns on beaches

I enjoy the patterns that can be found within the natural environment that almost look arranged but just happen to be there already, like this one from summer.

photo of items on beach
Suffolk, UK. Kodak T-Max 100 (35mm) & Tetenal Ultrafin Plus 1+9

A new blog

I’ve spent a fair amount of time over the last few months considering whether and / or what to put back online here at my domain name, which has hosted some of my photography in the past. Earlier this year I started a food blog which was mostly centred on low carb baking but as I only do this now on rare occasions, any rationale behind the endeavour rapidly diminished; I may at some point start a more general food blog. However for this first post, and to end a certain tendency on my part for procrastination I’ll put up a photo from earlier this year, as I’ve tentatively returned to photography after a break in 2016. The process of trying to go through my archives and select a ‘best of’ is rather intimidating, especially with all the various WordPress gallery options.

Picture of flint on Suffolk coast
Flint on Suffolk Coast, Kodak T-max 100 film (35mm) & XTOL 1+1

I do realise this first post goes against some of the advice to make a blog highly focussed on one topic, but this doesn’t really reflect my way of thinking and so begins an experiment, if that doesn’t sound too presumptuous…