My friend Jeremy Ferguson is a food/travel photographer/writer – calls himself a “gastrognome” as he’s not the tallest of guys. He’s recently published a couple of books – stuffed with incredible images that make a traveller’s eyes pop.
I have used decent camera equipment for the last 50 years and yet, if I am honest, the number of memorable pictures I have taken is tiny.
To-day’s question – how come Jeremy has so many memorable pictures…. Is it based on the 1000s of images he’s taken – practice makes perfect? Or is it a different talent – the ability to see the ideal composition and catch the moment, which lesser mortals like me miss completely?
To see what I mean visit http://www.blurb.com/my/book/detail/3091992
Whatever the reason – thank heavens for Jeremy and his pictures!
- It's raining sharks!!
- Look out for your valuables!
- The Ultimate Excuse
- Airline Fares! Confusing?!?!
- Air Seaweed??
- Wot! More Taxes!!
- Sick of walking? Try a bike!
- Smile Nicely and Just Answer the Questions
- Dancing in the streets
- Old Roses at Mottisfont Abbey
- Yellow wellies and fashion models
- Travel Broker Tours