Monday, July 28, 2008

SAGT 08 Media

Today is a day for whacking through a few projects...

I was up at 5.20 today, and decided to head over to Hunstanton to do some photos that I'd been meaning to do for a while. More on this later.

One project I wanted to make some progress on today was my presentation for Scottish Association of Geography Teachers. This will be repeated at a few other venues further south, particularly Brighton in 2009.


One of my recent FLICKR discoveries (addicted to the RELOAD button) was this image from the website of a campaign aimed at 'saving' the local village of Pentney from proposed quarry plans. A great use of Photoshop... Image from Flickr user Sam Knox

1 comment:

steve said...

For anyone interested there is an extraordinary documentary called Passing Poston about the Japanese American citizens forcibly placed in interim camps during WWII. The film is being shown at the Two Booths Pioneer Theater from August the 8th till the 14th. The documentary follows the tales of four former internees, and shows their struggles with their painful past and their search for a place to belong in a country that labeled them the enemy. It is a must see!!

For tickets and info go to www.twoboots.com/pioneer