Day 365

Artwork of the day

Last Day - The journey will now begin somewhere else.  Thanks to everyone who came along for the trip.

Censored, 2015

Day 364

Artwork of the day

One of the great reasons to have you camera with you all the time, you never know when you will see something you find interesting.

Day 362

Artwork of the Day

How amazing is the ocean, powerful enough to destroy steel. patient and persistent.
— Peter Smith

Patience, 2015

Day 361

Artwork of the night

It all starts here ...

A world of waste - Every year we dump a massive 2.12 billion tons of waste. If all this waste was put on trucks they would go around the world 24 times.

Why so much? - This stunning amount of waste is partly because 99 percent of the stuff we buy is trashed within 6 months.

Day 360

Artwork of the Night

0430 hours, I have to give these guys credit, it was absolutely freezing and they have probably been awake all night.
— Peter Smith

The Recycle Men, 2015

Day 359

Artwork of the Night

Just because you put it in the bin,
Doesn’t mean it’s gone.
This is only the start of trying to say goodbye,
Reuse, Reduce, Recycle.
— Peter Smith

Reuse, Reduce, Recycle, 2015

Day 356

Artwork of the night

Two very nice guys making an honest living and saving the planet.

After taking the image they were both excited to see the photo. I bought them both a kit-kat which they enjoyed, having a short break from their busy night.

For me a memorable encounter, thank you.
— Peter Smith, 2015

Recycle Kings, 2015

Day 353

Artwork of the day

Celebrating the 300 year anniversary of COP21, recently discovered by the world archaeological team, this image taken by Peter Smith in 2015 of a ‘Sub-Station’ that was used to distribute electricity made from burning fossil fuels that lead to Global Warming. Fortunately in the same year, the world leaders in a country called France made a significant agreement that reversed the trend of Global Warming leading to the beautiful world we now live in, in 2,315.
— World Daily

Day 346

Artwork of the day

Studying for my BA in Photography (Visual Communication). If you find what you love then life is easy. At my desk in my villa in Kuwait, learning from Joel Meyerowitz. Why read a web bio when you can click on a video and learn from the man himself. Much more intimate and a greater depth of understanding.
— Peter Smith

Study Desk, Kuwait 2015