Here's just a few photos of going out into my garden and taking a few trial runs. I'm still getting used to the camera and the lenses but the images have come out pretty nice so far!
House of Night is an American book series written by P.C. Cast and her daughter Kristin Cast. The series consists of 12 books, 4 novellas and the Fledgling Handbook, which is a book that Fledglings use throughout the series. The entire book series follows the journey of Zoey Redbird from being ‘Marked’ ready to grow... Continue Reading →
It’s been quite a while since a band’s album has made me quite emotional. It’s clear that these lads are not short of talent, and this is just the beginning of something huge. We Are Satellites are a rock band formed in Edinburgh in 2015, consisting of band members Rob Walker, Dan Morrison, Michael Davison,... Continue Reading →
Campbell’s Wild are definitely an unsigned band that fans of rock and indie will want to sink their teeth into. The 4-piece band, consisting of members Fraser Jamieson, Keir Jamieson, Calum Haig and Steven Turner, are ready to release their EP Spinning Circles, which I’ve had the privilege to listen to beforehand. The first two... Continue Reading →
“This map’s not complete. It’s just a piece. Ever since Luke disappeared, people have been looking for him.” – Han Solo Okay, I’ll admit it. I was never really a Star Wars fan. There, now you can all judge me. As mainly a Star Trek fan, I never hated it, I just wasn’t that into it.... Continue Reading →
Reboots. Reboots. Reboots. Bit of an acquired taste, don’t you think? Most movies these days are reboots from 40 years ago, book adaptations or sequels, prequels and film series. However, sometimes Hollywood gets it right. After all, we still pay to see these movies, right? RIGHT? I went to see The Jungle Book at the... Continue Reading →
Disney is one of the most successful companies in the world, and it’s renowned for creating such beautiful and emotional pieces of art. You connect with the characters, and I don’t know anyone that hasn’t cried at at least one Disney movie.
The 90’s was an iconic decade for video game development. Graphics evolved from sprite graphics to full 3D graphical content. Because of this, platformers, first-person shooters and survival horror became more popular. Consoles like the Playstation, SNES, Megadrive and the Dreamcast were all released during the 1990’s. The next five are my personal favourite games that were released in the 90’s, and ones that every 90’s kid may have played.