New Lightweight Hoodies. Great for laziness, business, or any other -ness.

What is TTFF @Username?
Well, it’s my way to acknowledge the awesome people on here. They choose a few of my works, I put those works in the TTFF folder, name it with their name. Link to their profile here (Playing this time is John Velocci click to see his profile!)
Then… over at the group Theme Thursday Feature Friday aka TTFF (clickable to group!) you will notice the following changes

  1. The person named in the TTFF folder, at the current time John Velocci has been made a featured member of the group.
  2. The featured member is named in the group title "TTFF-Featured this week “NAME”
  3. The featured member will have 6 features in the group all on the top line of works
  4. The featured member will be named (and linked to!) in the description of the group along with a thumbnail of a work that I have chosen to be the group avatar AND a print/iphonecase/t-shirt of what I have chosen to be image/work of the fortnight.

It’s all great fun and I like to promote others… without other people there would be no community. Oh, if you want to play TTFF just Bubblemail me.

I have a home again although a lot of time is still spent away. My journals will explain a little more about my offline commitments.

Travelling again, something that I did not do a lot of since joining RB (coincidence, honestly!) so there is lots of new stuff… if only I could get the time sitting in front of my own computer with space around and TIME to actually upload and share ;-) Sadly the ones on my netbook are great but the netbook is starting to get tired and doesn’t like to share things. Or generally turn on very quickly. Or move faster than tortoise.

DSLr: Canon 400d
Lenses: 75-300mm lens (Canon USM)
Canon 17-85mm lens (replaced kit lens)
Canon 50mm “nifty fifty” lens. Don’t use it as much as I would like but hey.
I have a fisheye attachment but nothing worth uploading at this time.

Canon Ixus 120is (very rarely used although video is great)
Canon Ixus 850is (original was fab but died, replacement is not great)
Nikon s3300. Bought in America. Not thrilled but don’t hate it which is something, I guess. As long as I don’t zoom in it’s OK.
Phone: Nokia Lumia 800.

Please also visit me on:

Facebook –
Zazzle UK –
Zazzle US –

You can follow me on Twitter @ellismorleyphto if you want to. Although I am usually praising (harassing?) authors, raving about (stalking?) my favourite UK restaurant chain or “my” hotel in Vegas, chatting with railway co-workers or gassing with my best friend. Occasionally I re-tweet awesomeness. Less often I actually write about photography. Such is life on the Twitterverse.

  • Age: 40
  • Joined: December 2009


Still around

Wow, life certainly knows how to get in the way! / In October things were great, I was doing features, things were fine, I was turning 40 and featured a lot of things for that. I then felt really really down and drained, enough that I was going to cancel my 3 night trip to Iceland. I’m glad I didn’t cancel, it was amazing, but I was in a very low place. / In November I developed some …
Posted 4 months – 10 comments

SOLD! A poster of a shoebill stork

One of my favourite bird photos which is of a shoebill, has been sold today as a poster! Thank you so much to the person who has bought this! / I am always delighted when a card/postcard sells but simply humbled and truly honoured when someone buys a poster or cushion etc to display to their world. Thank you again.
Posted 6 months – 3 comments

SOLD! 2 more Otter Birthday Cards! :-)

A very happy new year so far – sold one Otter Birthday Card on 3rd January….. and sold another Otter Birthday card on the 4th. :-D / THANK YOU. / I wish you all a happy new year too and look forward to seeing what you draw/photograph/create in 2016. :-D
Posted 7 months – 2 comments

Sold my first calendar - Thank you!

Fitting that my first ever calendar to be sold (other than the 2 I bought myself which were personalised for friends) was my Otter Calendar. / THANK YOU to whoever purchased it. I hope that you or your recipient love it. I do enjoy the RB calendars, they are great paper quality, I just don’t have the wall space to keep them for myself. :-)
Posted 7 months – 6 comments
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