Cuban Photos

I’ve posted a few of my photos of Cuba in my diary posts but a few people have asked where the rest are.  You can see more of them in my Flickr set along with Avril’s colour photos and black and whites.   I hope you enjoy them.

Gordon Brown at TED

I’d like to hear Gordon Brown speak like this more often.  The biggest criticism of him is that he doesn’t communicate well and that he has no vision.  If this is anything to go by then he has plenty vision and his communication skills aren’t bad either.  But then foreign policy doesn’t seem to win Read More …

Corridor

This is my favourite photo from our trip.  It’s not of anything special, just the corridor we lived in at Beit Gemal.  But it sums up our trip for me… that there is light at the end of a dark tunnel.  That the kids we worked with really are Hope in and for their community.

Congolese Dawn

“Congolese Dawn” is an exhibition of photographs taken by Christian Aid gap year volunteers, including Emma Boyd, during their recent visit to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Congolese Dawn will be displayed in the ground floor of Offshore (3-5 Gibson St, Glasgow) from 1 – 31 May to raise awareness for this year’s Christian Aid Read More …

365 so far…

I’m trying hard to take a photo every day for a year.  I started late… but I’ve managed one each day so far.  What do you think?  Any favourites?

Challenges

It struck me that I haven’t blogged about the two challenges I’m taking part in for 2009. The first is one I’ve been thinking about for a while then forgot about until it was really too late.  Flickr abounds with 365ers.  The challenge is simple.  Take a photo every day of yourself or something that Read More …