1,000th Post

This is my one thousandth post; the first was a picture of Southwark Bridge on 18th October 2010.  Each post has at least one photograph, some several, so well over a thousand pictures in total (including some not by me).  Early posts consisted of a photograph and a caption, later the caption has expanded into a paragraph or two and there are some extended articles, overall around 70,000 words.  Many pictures stand alone; others have been used to develop projects on travel, mannequins, the Ruckenfigur, urban ephemera and so on.  Not having set up the analytics, I’ve no idea how many people view the blog, but pictures appear occasionally on Google Images; there are 201 logged comments.  The blog continues to be loosely a visual diary; and the original aim, to show ‘Things seen; things that interest me; snaps of encounters’, remains true.

Photo: Art class, Avignon, March 2011

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2 Responses to 1,000th Post

  1. Sue B-H says:

    Well, that’s an achievement! Well done you!

    You are obviously re-visiting photographs you took in times past and either posting the images with commentary or putting them together to make books. I’m impressed and hope to take a leaf out of your book!

    • brianhuman says:

      202 comments now. I’m pleased someone is looking.
      The revisiting is in part a reflection of the fact that I’m not doing much new photography. I also like to think that I’m looking at old pictures with new perspectives and discovering things I missed the first time. Enjoyable, but salutary – where have the years gone?

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