There are some lovely illustrations in this article. They are all drawn from a competition on the theme of cycling. Most of the posters promote the green and healthy aspect of cycling – although there is one entitled the The Joy of Cycling that’s just a bit naughty.
Wes and I took part in this photography treasure hunt in London last weekend. We had fun, took lots of pictures and won a prize. See if you can spot our pictures among the many.
I’m at my son’s house in London, staying overnight before a workshop day in the capital tomorrow. The is the fourth workshop day I’ve run as part of the Women’s Interfaith Media Literacy project.
I’ll run two short workshops to experience the storytelling part of digital storytelling while other practitioners pass on their skills in print media, broadcasting, and PR. Previous days have been in Bradford, Leicester, Coventry and now London. No matter where I go, I find that people love telling stories, but many don’t know where to start – or finish!
So I will use my Magic Story Bag to see what secrets it reveals and then teach them how to structure those revelations into a story script. Behind all the best journalism is a good story and the best writing is storytelling. What’s your story?