This October will mark 10 years since I made the switch from film to digital photography. It seems at like only yesterday, and yet at the same time unimaginable that not only you had to wait until a reel was exposed and developed before you knew what you had taken, but also that the only way you could share was by opening up a photo album. Yes, one of those book things (although come to think of our I don’t use books in the printed form these days either).
I’m no great photographer, but I enjoy it. Over the next couple of weeks I’ll share some snaps from those 10 years. I bought my first digital camera (a Fuji) to take on a trip to Iceland. It’s fitting then that the shot from 2002 is from that trip, of the stunning hills that surround the famous thermal springs at Geyser.