Light of the Moon
It's been a long time
I just came back to update the old link to point to my new photography site. It's actually amazing to see the old blog again and have the memories come flooding back. It feels like stepping back into a house you lived in long ago. The place is dusty and and empty, but it still feels like home.
Anyway, my new photo blog is The Illuminated Canvas
come find me and my photos there :-) There are new friends and some old friends too.
Well, I'm up early just like every Monday morning... except that it isn't an every Monday morning. I'm not going to work. Nope. This bright sunny Monday morning I'm making my way up to a small village just outside of Oxford to take charge of a narrow boat for a week! It really feels like I'm about to set foot on a great adventure! I'm sure I'll have lots to write about when I'm home again.
The heart is still beating
Yes, it still lives! I think this is the point where the thunder thunders and the lightning rips brightly through the stormy night. It's about this time I go MMMMhahahaha and instruct Igor to throw the switch.
Speaking of weather... which I kind of was... Errr sort of. It's been snowing! Yes! Snow! Hurrah :-) The world always looks so fresh and magical when it's been snowing. You can belive in faery tales with much more ease.
Only one week of work left and then I am off on boating adventures! Narrow Boat holiday in the cotswolds awaits. I'll pack warm in case the weather is still like this and include a bottle O Jack D ;-) Coz, you, like, gotta stay warm! I'm really excited. I can't wait to get on the boat and get away from it all. This is the first time on this kind of holiday and the first time handing a boat of any sort. It's going to be great, it's going to be such an adventure.
What else in the news then? Another photo is up on my photography site. Keeping to the posting ritual of one shot every Sunday, so I'm happy with that.
Guess that's about it for now. This is me, over and out!
Yes, the moon lives...
I thought I would brush off the old girl. It's been awhile, and there have been lots of changes. The blog started off as a place for my photography and prose/poetry, but quickly became photography centric as my passion and interest in photography grew. Now I have a web site dedicated to my photgraphy and a page to buy selected prints via Redbubble ( see side link ) and so this blog no longer serves a use for this.
I thought it would be fun though to have just a general blog where I could ramble my thoughts every now and then. So here it is, the new light of the moon. Just a simple online diary. I don't expect anybody to read it or be interested all that much, but that's the way things should be for anything right? if you are not doing it for your self then what reason is there?
Enjoying a lovely Easter indoors. It's rainy and it's cold. I'll be cracking open a bottle of wine in a bit, eatering chocolate. There will be some salsa dancing and some playing of games on the PS3. A good Easter!
The Moon has moved...
The moon has moved...This blog has served me well and I'll always hold a lot of affection for it. I have invested a lot of work, and love into the blog. But it's time to move and grow and change. When I started the blog, I envisioned it to be for my various creative outputs: Fiction, poetry, and photography. But the photos soon took over and became ( if you'll pardon the pun :-D ) the focus! It's time to move on.Photography is a passion that I am very serious about, and so I present a new home for my photos. A place where fellow artists of the light gather and share their art, a place built by and for photographers, and designed to look as good as the images displayed. I proudly present SERENDIPITY LUMINESCENT I hope anybody that has been with the moon will come and keep me company in my new home :-) Thanks to all of you that have visted and been kind enough to leave comments over the years. So update your bookmarks and links! Raise a glass to the new! :-)I'm not sure what is going to become of "Light of the Moon." For awhile, it will probably take a rest, but eventually I may use it for my ramblings and ravings, stories, poems, and maybe a rant or three ;-) Best Wishes- Martin