A few days ago, well 1st July to be exact, I was feeling particularly disgruntled that I was sitting in an office rather than being out and taking pictures in cool/remote/wild places.
And I happened to come across a picture that I’d taken on 1st July 2010.
|1st July 2010, Svalbard|
Suddenly I was back on the Zodiac in the middle of small bay at the northern end of Svalbard watching a female polar bear dive down to a submerged minke (or it might have been fin) whale carcass to bring up some old meat for its cub.
That was a Good Day.
That set me thinking. Do I have a memorable picture for every day of the year? I’ve been taking digital images for about 15 years, so I must have something memorable for most days at least?
So starts my #OnThisDay series - over the next 366 days (we get a leap day next year - not many 29th Februarys to choose from) I’ll aim to post something interesting on Twitter from my photo collection each day.
I’m already finding that some days have an embarrassment of choice, while others are rather more of a struggle. Maybe July wasn’t the best month to start, over the years I’ve tended to regard July and August as working months (when everyone else goes on holiday).