These last few weeks have been so busy it’s unbelievable, but I’m glad that these last few weeks have been busy and productive as I’ve been able to keep pushing for the best result every time.
As always, I will take a quick look back at the articles/photo moments published over the course of September.
1.9.2018 – The time flew much faster this year than I initially anticipated, but as we head into Autumn, the autumn/winter jackets would be coming out as soon as the temperatures start to dip below 10°.
5.9.2018 – Ahead of the Autumnal cold weather, I was lucky to witness Nature’s Glow!
10.9.2018 – I was lucky to witness Nature’s Early Autumnal Blossom, meanwhile, the sky was the limit for London bearing in mind I was on a long journey as it was a wonderful sight to see that London looked so peaceful first thing in the morning, though I couldn’t resist capturing a photograph of The Shard By Dusk whilst I waited for my last train to arrive to get me home.
11.9.2018 – Mother Nature showed off her Autumnal Grittiness, whilst the whole of the United Kingdom stood in solidarity on the day that changed the entire world forever.
14.9.2018 – London is always beautiful, and the weather was enough proof that London was in high spirits.
16.9.2018 – The next model I picked to photograph for my photography series was my close friend, Thomas Rodrigues. The photo-set was very brief as I aimed to capture some hidden emotions that I felt were and were not obvious at first but would be on the second glance.
17.9.2018 – Following Apple’s “Gather Round” event on Wednesday 12th September, iOS 12, along with watchOS 5, were finally released after a few months of extensive beta testing.
23.9.2018 – Marking the end of the Summer weather, Mother Nature embraced The Last Glow of Summer with her Autumnal Bloomers!
Thank you so much, everyone, for such a great month. It has been a really busy couple of weeks, but I will try to find some time, if I can, to publish some photos/article moments if the time is available.
Again, thank you so much, everyone, and I shall see you all in October!