PHOTO OF THE MONTH

Welcome to the Photo Of The Month Gallery.  I thought it was a good idea to make some of the various images I post in my monthly news updates more accessible by gathering them together in one place.

I began posting a single monthly photo with the January 2019 News update.  The order I’m displaying the photos here is from earliest down to latest. 

  • Gallery - Photo Of The Month
 
 
  • potm1
    # 1: JANUARY2019
  • potm2
    # 2: FEBRUARY 2019
  • potm3
    # 3: MARCH 2019
  • potm4
    # 4: APRIL 2019
  • potm5
    # 5: MAY 2019
  • potm6
    # 6: JUNE 2019
  • potm7b
    # 7: JULY 2019
  • potm8
    # 8: AUGUST 2019
  • potm9
    # 9: SEPTEMBER 2019
  • potm10
    # 10: OCTOBER 2019
  • potm11
    # 11: NOVEMBER 2019
  • potm12
    # 12: DECEMBER 2019
  • potm13
    # 13: JANUARY 2020
  • potm14
    # 14: FEBRUARY 2020
  • potm15a
    # 15: MARCH 2020
  • potm16
    # 16: APRIL 2020
  • potm17
    # 17: MAY 2020
  • potm18
    # 18: JUNE 2020
  • potm19
    # 19: JULY 2020
  • potm20
    # 20: AUGUST 2020
  • potm21
    # 21: SEPTEMBER 2020
  • potm22
    # 22: OCTOBER 2020
  • potm23
    # 23: NOVEMBER 2020
  • potm24
    # 24: DECEMBER 2020
  • potm25
    # 25: JANUARY 2021
  • potm26
    # 26: FEBRUARY 2021
  • potm27
    # 27: MARCH 2021
  • potm28
    # 28: APRIL 2021
  • potm29
    # 29: MAY 2021
  • potm30
    # 30: JUNE 2021
  • potm31
    # 31: JULY 2021
  • potm32
    # 32: AUGUST 2021
  • potm33
    # 33: SEPTEMBER 2021
  • potm34
    # 34: OCTOBER 2021
  • potm35
    # 35: NOVEMBER 2021
  • potm36
    # 36: DECEMBER 2021
potm1

 

Here’s what I said when I posted that first photo at the beginning of 2019:

I should stress that I’m a writer, not a photographer, except in an amateur snapper sense.  But once in a while fortune favours perseverance and a reasonable photo results.  So I thought I’d post one a month, just for the hell of it.

It seems to me that there’s a kind of affinity between playing with words and playing with pictures.  For me, photography started to make some kind of sense when I looked at a subject and thought, “What’s the story here?”  Not unlike having an idea for a piece of fiction and posing the same question to yourself.  And I have a fairly “visual” imagination when writing, in that if I can inwardly “see” a scene I can usually depict it.  So there’s a sort of connection.

Where possible I’ll post photos relevant to the season holding sway in the month of the update.


 

© Stan Nicholls

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