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At the beginning of 2015 my health took a tumble. I had a heart attack. As you can imagine, this was a complete shock to the system, especially as I had no warning signs leading up to this dramatic event.

 

To be told, in no uncertain terms, by my consultant, that I was not to go running around with a heavy dslr fitted with a prime 300ml lens, was like being told that my life had ended. Well, it hadn't, this amazing man had just saved by life by fitting a stent in my blocked artery. My heart is weakened, but still beats. My heart will make a good recovery, I've been assured of this...BUT...I have to behave myself and not carry around heavy photographic equipment.

 

To be honest, I can't lift my Canon 7D, let alone carry it. I can't walk very far. I have good days and bad days.

 

This blog is about my photographic journey to recovery. Join me while I take photos to cheer me, challenge me and bring me to my knees through the shear effort of carrying any size camera!

 

 

 

First Steps to Recovery, Reflections on the General's Pond

March 23, 2015
Being unable to take as many photos as I’d like to right now, one of my first decisions has been to go through my back catalogue and process some of the many images that...
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