This is one of my favorite events I work, it is well known how I love to read.
I was in my element, books, books and more books. I looked for photography books for me and cook books for #1 Daughter, I was successful with the cook books, not so lucky on the photography. The most current Photoshop book/magazine was for PS4 - I am currently using PS6 and have a load of video tutorials. There where some interesting books pre DSLR, I flipped and read a bit, I didn't buy them due to a lack of storage. I did buy a few novels - and by a few I mean 3 boxes. I pay it forward, when I finish a book I pass it on to a friend, who does the same.
|Boxes and boxes of books ready to be unpacked|
|Popular and new release books - sadly these didn't sell as well as they have in previous years, I believe this is due to the Ereader/iPad|
|Art books, magazines and posters|
|Records, CDs are always popular|
|Panorama of the books waiting for the public to arrive - this is 3 photos stitched together - a wide angle lens is on my wish list|
Birds eye view
I love children reading
The English Housekeeper 1805 - this book not only provided recipe ideas, it also gave instructions on how to kill and prepare the meat.
Unfortunately there is a lot of books thrown out at the end, there is plenty of people prepared to sift through the skip for free books, I guess this is another form of recycling.
I don't often bring my camera to work - I would never get any work done.... As I walked to my car camera in hand I liked the reflections of one of the newest building on the lake.