Here’s another shot from Kew Gardens, taken in one of their greenhouses (or glasshouses, as some would say). This section looked at a few fossils, and had a waterfall and makeshift swamp area, but what stood out for me were these prehistoric footprints on one of the pathways.
I don’t think they’re real, but they are pretty cool and reminded me of Jurassic Park in a way.
I can’t believe we’re into July already, but that means this is going into the 6 month period that this photoblog has been running – I’m surprised I’ve managed to keep it up but have enjoyed it along the way, and am very pleased with my work when looking back on the previous posts.
I am nowhere near as active in the photoblog community as many others, and I’ve asked before ‘where do you find the time?’. I work a full time job, so 9am until (officially 5.30) but generally until whenever depending on work; and I’ve also started a new position within the company this month so that’s a little more work and responsibility. I try and maintain some sort of social life and am therefore out a lot during the week, and so try to keep weekends free-ish for photography. The little time I have left, awake, needs to be spent on processing and my other interests, which to be honest have been neglected this year.
What I want to say is a big fat thank you to those that take the time to comment on my work on a daily basis, and to retweet or +one or ‘like’ it, and who spread the love around. I’m terrible at thanking and responding to you guys, but do appreciate it very much. I’ve got a list of photographers at the footer of this blog that I like to check out when possible (Go check them out if you don’t already know them; the majority are photoblogs that are updated frequently), though recently I haven’t been able to do this daily and there are more than those on this list that I look at so it’s in no way exhaustive. If you’re not on the list it’s not because I don’t like you or your work, it’s because I’m