There were plenty of photo-opportunities in the Shuttleworth Collection which we visited today - a museum full of aeroplanes from various periods of history, pretty much all of which were in flying condition which is a nice change. Sadly nothing I took really captured what I was seeing well enough.
I remember a comment, on Reddit perhaps? Someone mentioned why they rarely take photos without people in, because the people in your life are the things you'll want to remember when you're old and looking back. I don't ascribe entirely to that philosophy since photography is at least partially an art for me, so many photos are taken to improve in that respect, but I am starting to consciously choose for blip photos that make me smile and remember people, over mediocre 'artistic' shots.
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