I’ve been contributing to the Ramadan Photo A Day group on Facebook. This year’s themes are based around shared values. I’ve been interpreting them visually with items and spaces from around or close to my work area.

Day 1: Love (Ramadan Photo-A-Day 2013)

Day 1: Love

Day 2: Justice (Ramadan Photo-A-Day 2013)

Day 2: Justice

Day 3: Mindfulness (Ramadan Photo-A-Day 2013)

Day 3: Mindfulness
In happy synchronicity, last night I came across this sentence in Edward Hirsch’s How To Read A Poem.

Day 4: Respect (Ramadan Photo-A-Day 2013)

Day 4: Respect
Temperament, Technique, Tradition (sometimes)
Saudi coffee prepared in a moka pot, drunk out of a 40-something-year-old glass.
A tenuous link to the theme, but what’s a photo-a-day without the ubiquitous coffee shot?

Day 5: Kindness (Ramadan Photo-A-Day 2013)

Day 5: Kindness
An unexpected gift, a small basket handmade by the giver’s mum.

Day 6: Responsibility (Ramadan Photo-A-Day 2013)

Day 6: Responsibility

Day 7: Health (Ramadan Photo-A-Day 2013)

Day 7: Health
A measured approach, eat with the end in mind. Waist not, want not.

Day 8: Humility (Ramadan Photo-A-Day 2013)

Day 8: Humility

Day 9: Compassion (Ramadan Photo-A-Day 2013)

Day 9: Compassion

Day 10: Integrity (Ramadan Photo-A-Day 2013)

Day 10: [Structural] Integrity