If you are visiting this page, chances are you don't need me to introduce myself. If you do, my name is David Forster, that's me* shooting from the battlements of St. Michael's Mount in Cornwall, England, and I'm not a professional photographer. I have a doctorate in psychology and work for the Public Service Commission (PSC) of Canada in the area of industrial-organizational psychology. If you have ever launched a legal challenge against a PSC standardized test before a tribunal like the Public Service Staffing Tribunal, we may have met. Sorry it didn't work out for you.
Photography has been an interest of mine for 15 years but I have only been practicing digital SLR photography since early summer of 2011.This site was launched in October of 2011 and thus far, with one exception
, contains exclusively dSLR photos since the summer of 2011. I love to photograph pretty much any thing or event that I consider to be interesting. If you have a suggestion, please pass it on.
I just passed my 700th visitor. That's very nice, but so far there are only a few comments and guest book entries (and that stat has actually been padded by my daughter Victoria). Please don't hesitate to leave a trace of your visit! It need not be accolades. Criticism is welcome, as are general comments, ideas and any good jokes you've heard lately.
* Profile photo taken by Emily (just about to turn 9 at the time). Notice her careful adherence to the rule of thirds.