Hi – Adam here!

What is this blog about? Everything. Nothing. Anything? At first it was a singular concept. Post a photo and write a piece of fiction to match. And whilst there is certainly a degree of that within the dark hallways of history, An Incomplete History has become so much more. Part travel blog, part poetry…I even vent my writing frustrations on here from time to time!

So what is An Incomplete History – really?

An Incomplete History is a moment in time, captured as life is lived, without any staging or rehearsals.  It’s a place to share experience, talk about the places I have been and to have fun with photography. It is the merging of my creative aspirations within the electric-powered melting pot we call the Internet. And whilst a lot of what I throw onto this blog may be completely incomprehensible, I still hope that you can enjoy it.

And if you do, feel free to let me know because we all like a bit of praise every now and again.

What else?

I am endeavouring to write my first piece of fiction!  More on that here! I juggle this between full time work as a Technical Writer and the self-indulgent practice of taking photos of whatever I feel like 🙂 As such, I also have a flickr page, as is the requirement of following electric trends.

So sit back, relax, and enjoy the pseudo-stream of consciousness that my dendrites have to offer…



Current Locale: Perth

Banner image: Yenyening Lakes, Western Australia.

7 Responses to “The Historian”

  1. liz said

    Hi, I have been following you Blog, Waiting in antisapation for the next. It is Great. Can I get your autograph? I think it is going to be worth a lot one day soon. Keep up the good work.

  2. Tree, bike and water in black and white–what more can I wish for? LOL.

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