22/365 – ‘The Judderman’
“Beware the Judderman, my dear;
When the moon is fat…”
A TV advert for Metz (see Scary for Kids for more information) back in 2000 featured a character that was, truth be told, fairly terrifying called The Judderman and there was an accompanying poem that began with the text above and so now whenever I see a full moon it reminds me of it. This, coupled with the spindly tree branches clawing across the moon face added to the dark and macabre effect for me.
23/365 – ‘Super’
Here is a glimpse into how much I love comics and the various franchises associated with them, a closeup of a part of my comic collection.
24/365 – ‘Lux’
While i’m only a few weeks into this project, it is really quite challenging some days to find something worth photographing and so despite looking on/off all day I actually found this shot of a lamp at my mom and dads when I went for tea and, using the TV as a blurred out background I thought it worked out quite well.
25/365 – ‘Jack’
The early bird catches the worm, or in this case the photographer who is up early catches the bird look out for the worm. A single Jackdaw silhouetted in the trees against a stunning mix of pinks and purples at sunrise.
26/365 – ‘Dash’
Another day, another pickup from work and so while I was waiting for my wife to finish I had a play with some long exposures and light trails of my cars dashboard.
27/365 – ‘The Mixed Media Storyteller’
My wife is forever creating. Whether it’s writing a book, making a puppet or drawing in her journal, she’s always on the go and so it’s hard to define her in terms of a specific artist and so when people ask her she refers to herself as a Mixed Media Storyteller.
28/365 – ‘Peek’
The end of another week is the beginning of a day once again as another sunrise is featured, this time atop my local church where the sun was peeking through the trees.