It’s now a week since An Ark in the UK returned to port and I’ve been busy playing catch up with the neglected areas of life which has mainly been the onerous task of earning some money. There’s always a bit of a ‘crash’ when a project finishes, I have slightly missed all the banter with the public though I have to admit I was beginning to tire of answering the same old questions and offering the explanations of what it was all about. In hindsight I don’t think I would change a lot, maybe encourage people to read the blurb a bit more, fliers are a waste of time and money, ‘twitter’ I still don’t get and reeks of self obsession, (though I have done a few tweets in the last few days), I think three weeks was about the right length of time for it to run for otherwise it would be getting stale.
Somebody the other day, befuddled by my commitment to something so costly and seemingly without reward, asked me why I do it, my answer was photography has given me so many of my best moments and my best friendships. Reward enough.