Flew my drone at a decommissioned airbase today. Was worried it'd be geofenced but it wasn't and there was no-one around so I had at it! Was a lot of fun. Landed on a real runway like a real pilot. That runway hasn't been used in decades but it's as close as I'm ever going to get so shut up and leave me alone.
Saw this water tower. Stands out a bit. Took a couple of photos. End.
I got up early to go and get this sunrise eagle-eye shot of the pier. I was lucky today because there was no-one around. Normally on a Friday morning there's some folks loitering around, but the beach was mine today.
It's very difficult to predict what's going to do numbers to use the parlance of our time. That's why I believe you shouldn't care about such things and just make what you want. Build it, and they will come, as they say.
I struggle, and have struggled, with calling myself a this and a that. Having a camera doesn't make me a photographer in the same way that having a bike doesn't make me Chris Hoy. But I do feel, as I am increasingly able to use photographic equipment to make images that I see in my head first, that I may be on my way there.
Relax, I'm a little way away from an insufferable Twitter bio claiming "polymath" and "autodidact", but gaining some confidence in my ability to make things with a camera feels good. And it feels great to do it with flagrant disregard for how it will be received. Just to make something to make it and shoot it out into the world, like the first photo of a dog in space.
Please like my photos though, I live for your approval