I’m trailing the new stand alone app for contactless giving that comes with SumUp. I realised there was no good stock image to make a poster out of. Everything looks like a business. So I took one. Do with it whatever you like.
I inherited a little bit of money so I am awaiting the delivery of a new camera. I’ve been into photography for about 12-13 years now. I have various equipment but I predominantly use a Canon DSLR. As I sit here I realise that I’m going to have to relearn a lot of what I do. The buttons will be in different places and it will have a different workflow. Having an eye for a shot will be the same. Composition, framing, focus, exposure and depth of field will all be the same, if I can find the buttons to use them on a newer camera.
Workflow is a necessary evil to enable the creative process to happen. Whether it be a new piece of music gear or a piece of video editing software. I feel like I spend more time working out how to use new buttons in new locations to do the same things I was doing before.
Last week I discovered the work of Michael Leunig, cartoonist, poet and writer. I quickly fell down the rabbit hole and became hooked. FuelledByTea pointed me towards Leunig’s prayers. The rabbit hole deepened. At Harvest Festival at Holy Nativity on Sunday we used this one during the service:
We rejoice and give thanks for earthworms,
bees, ladybirds and broody hens;
for humans tending their gardens, talking to animals,
cleaning their homes and singing to themselves;
for rising of the sap, the fragrance of growth,
the invention of the wheelbarrow and the existence of the teapot,
we give thanks. We celebrate and give thanks.
After I had discovered the prayers, Jon Birch fell into the rabbit hole with me on Facebook and the whole thing escalated. Dave Walker joined in and mentioned Leunig’s books. Well here we are. The post is arriving and I have replaced the Book of Common Prayer with Leunig’s A Common Prayer. Spiritually uplifting. A tonic for the soul.
I found these at Paperchase and had to have them. They will live on the many shelves of similar items =D