24HourProject 2017

Yesterday I took part in the @24HourProject with a group of friends from the Dunedin Photographic Society.  The 24HourProject gathers street and documentary photographers from around the globe to share in real time as they document the human condition of their city. Photographers share one photo per hour during twenty-four hours.

This year’s edition of the 24HourProject is supporting Lesvos Solidarity, a refugee camp run by volunteers providing shelter and hospitality for those in need.

Photos were shared each hour from around the world on social media.  My photos from the (almost) 24 hours are below and on Instagram.  You can see the photos from my friends on Instagram as well: @nicpye, @davidsteernz, @craigmckenzienz; and from the rest of the world: @24HourProject.

You live and learn

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Had a great day out with a friend yesterday, photographing in Central Otago. We came across these lovely horses in a field. The light was amazing, but of course they didn’t stay away in the field where we wanted them to; they came to the fence and wanted our attention.  I managed to get a few shots, before turning away and having the lighter coloured one bite me on my arm! Lesson #1 for the day: never turn your back on a horse.  Today I have a lovely purple arm to show for my commitment to my craft 😉