FOWC with Fandango — Routine


To me routine is… daily housework, doing the school run, preparing meals. Routine is something we do on a regular basis. And one thing I don’t want my photography to be is routine.

Because routines turn into chores.  And I want my photography not to be chore, or routine.  I want it to be inspirational.. go with the flow.  Head off in the sunset and capture those images.

I want to walk on the beach at Folkestone in the sunset alone..

Sunset at Folkestone

I want to sit down on the seafront at Folkestone and watch the boats bob up and down as the waves come in.

Folkestone

I want to head to the USA and walk into the wonders of Yosemite.

Yosemite

I want to smell the roses.

What I don’t want is for my photography to become a routine.. a chore and something I don’t like doing.  I want my photography to be inspirational… I want it to represent  freedom… and take me as far away as possible from the routines of daily life.

FOWC with Fandango — Routine

10 responses to “FOWC with Fandango — Routine”

  1. Yes yes yes. Photography should never be routine

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    1. Most definitely not… I would hate to feel that I have to pick my camera up. That is why we do photography as a hobyy.

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  2. Amazing photos!

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  3. 35:Chronicle avatar

    Oh, how I agree! 🙏

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    1. Thank you… I would hate to have my photography turn into the feeling I get when me and the ironing board are reintroduced. 😀 😀 😀

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  4. One of my keys to a happy life is to establish routines that are fulfilling. Then I can sprinkle the exceptional in with the fulfilling routines.

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    1. You are right there … doing something you like along with doing something that is a chore, makes the chore more bearable.

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  5. Your photography is anything but routine.

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