You know, I've never thought of Norfolk that way before, but now that you mention it!!!!
For anyone who wonders if i'm insulting the county of my birth then look at a map of Great Britain. It looks like an old man riding a pig, so Norfolk is the top half of the pigs backside. I'll leave it to your imagination what we think of Great Yarmouth .
Welcome, I would love to see some of your work. I don't know much about the UK, but from my travels there (London, Cambridge) and a number of UK photo magazines, I see it as a beautiful country. I have a friend that lives in East Sussex, but, I've never visted him.
Welcome. Your reasons for spending so long on the cumputer will start to wear thin...
Great to see ever increasing support in the UK!!!
As an aside, at a recent exhibition (I exhibited in the same room as a digital photographer), the support for traditional for traditional monochrome was incredible. Many made a point of commenting that they wish there was more being exhibited. Those who insisted on discussing whether digital would finish off traditional in the end tended to work in the computer industry!!!!! For them there could only be one winer (peaceful co-existence obviously impossible). Those who loved the digital and had no interest in traditional (I also exhibited colour) were I think really wanting to see Athena posters of puppies, dolphins and sunsets superimposed on howling wolves, cough, spit.
There has never been a better time to be in traditional monochrome as like any craft skill, it cannot be learned overnight. We will be the ones with the knowledge, the POWER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!