from the Meadows

I set myself a target, during November, of publishing a photo on blipFoto for every day. Blipping is a discipline – the website only allows you one photo per day. It does allow you, though, if you don’t have the opportunity to sit at the computer to upload the photo the day it is taken, to do so on a subsequent day – this procedure is known as back blipping. But the photo has to be taken on the designated day – the website checks.

I don’t know why I set myself up for these things. I guess that November is the month for challenges – Movember, NaNoWriMo, and others. I thought that I could do it. And I did – but it was far more difficult than I’d anticipated.

I don’t think that there’s a way of viewing the result as a set, but you can start here, and view the photos (if you click on the screen towards the right of each photo, it takes you to the next one in the series), should you wish to. And there were days on which I managed a reasonable outtake. I quite like this view from the Meadows (in Edinburgh) of Salisbury Crags (on the left), and Arthur’s Seat, an extinct volcano which broods over Edinburgh, and forms part of Holyrood Park, which belongs to the Queen: