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Friday, 6 January 2012

Ooop my bad..

And Happy New Year! Sorry should have started with that really. I'm already really enjoying this year so am looking forward to much more of it! Hang on while i do a little celebratory dance in my chair......okay done. I should probably post a picture so here's Geoffrey to hopefully put a smile on your face!

Just seen this!

I havn't been on here for a bit, and last time I did I just posted a picture and sodded off. But I just found a comment and link my sister (http://beccathorne.blogspot.com/) had posted on one of my images early last year. It's great - shows the Goldmine near my house, where lots of my photos have been taken, when it was actually in use during the early 1900's!

Monday, 21 November 2011


This is my Narnie-esque picture. It's another one that was found amongst images taken at the end of last year. At the time wasn't overly keen but now i'm loving it!! :)

"Local Narnia" © James Thorne

Tuesday, 25 October 2011

National Geographic Daily Dozen

My Bunny picture has been featured in the National Geographic Daily Dozen. Hopefully it gets picked to be featured in the actual magazine too!!!

Sunday, 2 October 2011

Mmmmmm Peppers!

Some home grown (not my home, but my aunty's) sweet peppers. Look at how lovely and red they are! Took advantage of the lovely sun shining through the window and took a little picture

Copyright © James Thorne

Thursday, 8 September 2011

More Youtube videos!!

I'm loving doing these!! Let's hope they get people watching them. So i've put a video up showcasing pictures from my Truro Allotments project and that can be seen here - http://youtu.be/1lVXwNppxt0

And today I posted one which just shows off a wider range of pictures, my portfolio basically. And there will be another one showing those off too but here's the first - http://youtu.be/PzQdk4bOF5Y

Monday, 5 September 2011

Youtube Video

So I made my first youtube video! It's pictures :) but i think i'll do a few more and show off my photographs on there too. Here's the link: -