Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Feel The Need For Contemplation

song of the day - Soul Music by Everlast
 So March has come and gone. Now the days are longer, and we're that much closer to some warm weather. After the storms we've had the past few days I cannot wait for a bit of sunshine.
At the beginning of March I mentioned that I would be doing a photography challenge. I had to pick up my camera everyday ant take a photo using only manual settings. It was hard, I still get confused over ISO and Aperture. Hopefully I'll be sticking with Manual more now. I'm still learning, but I'm ok with that. I've always liked learning more, otherwise I kind of just get stuck in a rut.
sunset manchester
porridge sugar
mickey mouse mug


  1. Very lovely post dear:)
    xoxo Antonella <3

  2. As a huge photography lover, I love this challenge Rubi :) You took some stunning photo's there, playing around with the settings is the best way to learn what works for you :)


  3. your photographs are definitely really good! im trying to improve on mine too as it can make such a difference to blog posts! Great post!! xxx

    Anisha ♥ All You Need Is Red Lipstick

  4. My OH is a photographer so im always having to learn about anything camera. These pictures look amazing- you are doing well 😊😊

  5. amazing post!!

    had a great read thanks for sharing :D

    cute blog !!

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    Have a nice day


  6. what a lovely post :)
    I would love for us to follow each other.


  7. Lovely post, can't believe March is over with and we're now in April. Love the first picture. Rebecca | Rebecca Marie: UK Lifestyle xx

  8. Thats an awesome challenge! Don't think I've ever used the manual settings on my camera.. I really should try a similar thing!! xx

    Jasmin Charlotte


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