A YEAR is long time in anyone’s life, but a Bakewell photographer and filmmaker has documented his in a unique way.
Paul Morgans has snapped 365 consecutive photos, one each day of the year as a part of a project for on-line social media platform, blipfoto.
Starting in January 21, 2011, when he uploaded a snap of the sunset from Wadshelf, he completed his year-long task on Saturday.
Over the year the has taken photos of anything that caught his eye that day, from flowers in full bloom in a packet of wet wipes- his bizarre choice for Christmas Day.
Each are listed on blipfoto.com with a short explanation for his choice of shot for that day.
The 43-year-old heard about the photo-based website from a friend and decided to take up the challenge.
He said: “My inspiration comes from what I see around me. If I’m out of the house I have no problem being inspired.”
Originally from Wales, he has lived in London and Manchester before making the move to Bakewell eight years ago, immediately finding a wider scope of subjects to photograph.
“I have loved the discipline blip has given me,” he added.
See more of his snaps by clicking on the media link to the right of this story or logging onto www.blipfoto.com/paulmorgans