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I mentioned this bit of news in my last post — so it’s time to show you what I’ve been up to since the Christmas holidays.

Rather unexpectedly — and happily — my freelance writing and editing business has taken off — so I did a total facelift of my writing, editing, and photography website.

The interesting thing about the photography is that it sells in fabbo spurts a few times each year. But what stays consistent is the writing and editing work.

The refreshed and relaunched website at deborahharmes.com

The refreshed and relaunched website at deborahharmes.com

Just CLICK ON THIS LINK for the new and improved website!

Give me a few days (I hope!) and I’ll tell you about some of the amazing clients I have had in the last couple of months — everyone from advertising agencies to CEOs of interesting international organisations to medical practitioners to artists and creators. It’s certainly never boring!

Back soon…

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A Bit Of A London Traffic Jam

How many pictures does each 8G memory card hold when shot in RAW format? Over 700 pics on each one??? And I have 4 and 1/2 full cards!!!

I have quite effectively created my very own traffic jam in the flow of my writing and photography output. Ouch!!!

Just a few traffic flow problems

In the last 2 weeks we have travelled from Edinburgh, through several stops in Yorkshire, and then we spent a week in London. During that time I took thousands of photos and never got a chance to edit them on the road because (to be bracingly honest!), I was simply too bloody tired to sit with a laptop and do it at night after being out and about all day.

So bear with me — there will be new articles in the next few days. But I simply must get through the culling and editing process and I have to complete the final submission of large-scale photography for a public relations assignment that I had this month.

Whew! Back to work I go!

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