Having all my photos on a computer is better than them gradually fading in a shoebox, but they are still in a place I do not really care for. For a start I have to turn on the desktop computer to see them, and that's in my tiny cupboard, and it's too small space for others to squeeze in to view them!
I don't know if you feel the same but I need my photos to be more accessible to everyone and I like to be able to dip in and out when I want to. Hence I am a scrapbooker. And a mini book maker!
That being the case, a mini book of our day trip to Arundel in July was bound to happen....more about that later.August has been too dull and wet to make any new photography excursions, so my apologies, this post shows a few more of the shots I took on our visit to Arundel (previous post here). I took lots of photos, both around the town and in the Castle grounds, and it turned out to be the hottest day of the year.
On to the Arundel mini book and here are a few pages. I kept it very simple, using Tim Holtz papers and journaling with a black pen. Not only do I like photographs to be accessible but I also like them to be 'interactive', not just stuck into a plain album. So, I made two of the pages into a pocket to hold extra photos on pull-out cards and, of course, the essential tourists' guide to the Castle.
......... sweltering in the 30 degree heat and taking a well-earned rest from all that exhausting Photography!