My dad is dead.
He died ten days ago. Funny thing was, we didn’t even know that he was seriously sick at the time. He went for some blood test results on the Thursday and they were concerned that his liver was enlarged and so they sent him to the local hospital. The doctor’s decided to admit him for a few days to complete follow-up tests.
At 3.15 on Sunday afternoon, we were told that he had cancer that had spread to his liver and kidneys and at 07.40 on Monday morning, he was pronounced dead.
Continue reading A Farewell to The Giant
Welcome to the annual “Best of MightWar” post.
We are going into the archives to rediscover the posts that resonated with us this past year.
It’s a chance for you to catch up on something you might have missed.
Or if you’re new to the site, it provides a little taste of what you might bump into whilst wandering around here.
Continue reading The Best of MightWar: 2014 Edition
Spreading the Word
This week’s challenge was to use our creative process and imagine what one of our images would look like gracing the cover of a book, album or magazine.
Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Cover Art
It’s funny how we tend to focus on the differences between the many peoples that call this planet home. But when you travel, you catch glimpses of the many elements that are repeated from one group to another.
Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Humanity
This week, WordPress is encouraging us to ‘forego the straightforward in favour of the twisting and winding’. And so I’m offering up the ceiling of the Great Court at the British Museum.
Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Zigzag
Slice of the Good Life
At a hotel in Greece, I was fascinated by the glass elevator and the little glimpses of the grounds that could be seen between the wooden slats at the back of it whilst the lift was in motion.
Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Between
A Moment of Breathlessness
There are some photos that leave a vivid memory of what it took to capture them. And when it came to choosing an image for this week’s challenge, this shot jumped to mind.
Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Extra, Extra
There is a delight in observing how people interact with their environment that has had me enjoying the act of ‘people watching’ for years.
Now that I am learning the art of photography, I find myself trying to capture such moments with the lens; seeing if I can translate them to film.
Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Twist
This week’s challenge is to share our interpretation of “on the move”.
I chose this image as it is one of the few photos I’ve managed to capture where the motion is intended.
Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: On the Move