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How to Easily Get the Best Out of Your Next Holiday

It is probably stating the obvious, but most people love to take holidays. They plan them months or even a year or more in advance, then dream about them and anticipate their getaway as the time gets nearer and nearer. This is totally understandable, as unfortunately many people are not always doing the job that they love, or even worse, they downright hate their work.
Holidays are a way to escape from the norm and are the perfect opportunity to forget about the humdrum boredom of normal day to day life such as the daily commute, sitting in a miserable office for eight hours, dealing with workplace politics and having to the listen to the same monotonous conversations with colleagues.



Even if you truly love your work and are generally enjoying life, a vacation to see and experience somewhere new is never a bad thing. The very best jobs can become stressful from time to time, so getting away is a chance to reset, free your mind from worry and also de-stress.

In fact, there are a number o…

A Moment Caught in Time with a Camera Makes the Memory Last Forever

I have been interested in photography for a long time and have had a digital camera since 2004. Unfortunately I have not changed this 5.1 megapixel, Sony DSC-P100 camera since then, so this will be one of the first big purchases I'll make once I have some spare cash.

Despite my dated compact digital camera, I still enjoy trying to get the best image I can and my camera has served me well over the years. It has been across the world with me and has survived various drops and knocks. Sony definitely makes tough tech which is designed to last!

Taken in Sora, Italy in December 2012
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“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever... it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”

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