||I'm a mad keen amateur
photographer. I've had my photos
published on magazine covers, in online travel guides and in a
scholarly work about the origins of the bible. I also won a
top twenty award for one of my photos of the Henry Moore sculptures in Kew
But mostly I just take photos for fun and as an aide memoire. If they look good too that's even better. Often I just have a little camera with me - but even then I use aperture priority mode. It's only when taking passport photos for family and friends that I resort to shooting in RAW mode (which gives more control over colours and lighting).
I've produced some guides to help people with photography:
And here are some interesting web resources:
MusicNow for something different. I got some royalty free music clips from A-M Classical and uploaded them to my site in mp3 and ogg formats. They should play fine if your browser is modern enough to do HTML5. It's fine on phones and tablets. The mini player for each track looks a bit different in each browser.
Here's Beethoven's Fur Elise:
And Chopin's Prelude in C:
Finally Mozart's Piano sonata K545:
You can play and stop any of the tracks on demand (and even play all three at once if you want).