My May Photo an Hour was a bit of a non-event – I couldn’t join in on the day that we set for it, because I was working at an event, and primarily sat in one place for most of the day. So I joined in on the following Monday, but I just looked through the photos, and found that I only started at 10am, I finished at 6pm, and I missed an hour!
But now, nine months later, I am struck with the urge to get up to date with my Photo an Hour posts, and so here it is, for all your viewing pleasure.
10am ~ On the way to the office, despite having a day off. I’d still managed to have a bit of a lie in, however!
11am ~ Whilst at the office, waiting for someone to arrive (which took forever), I had cuddles with Hector. Because why wouldn’t you?
12pm ~ Still waiting.
1pm ~ Finally away from the office, in the car back home.
2pm ~ In the car again, this time on the way to London. The Monday after the show coincided with my monthly trip to the Southbank to see Mark Kermode’s regular show at the BFI. Usually I get the train, but as she was also work, Hannah decided to drive into London.
4pm ~ The missing hour of 3pm was almost certainly spent inside Westfield Stratford, but by 4 o’clock I was on the bridge heading over the river to the Southbank.
5pm ~ I met up with my friend Chloe, who is the one in our group who books the tickets each month (thank goodness for her!), and we spent a very short time sitting on the balcony at the Southbank Centre having a drink. it was so very, very hot this day, we had to retire inside fairly quickly!
6pm ~ Finally at the BFI, at NFT1, for the May edition of Mark Kermode in 3D. The guests were Mike Figgis, Hope Dickson Leach, and Michael Smiley.
So that was May – a Photo an Hour Monday for a change. It’s so odd writing about a day that was so hot and unpleasant when I’m sitting here complaining about the cold. But I suppose that’s what you get when you leave posts waiting to be written for months; the seasons change!
The next Photo an Hour is taking place on Saturday 20th January, if you’d like to take part, you’re more than welcome! More information can be found here.