Hotshoe Blog morphs into The Roaming Eye but it’s business as usual where photography is concerned

A quick post for those who haven’t heard from me for a while. There have been a lot of changes afoot and ahead and I am in the process of repositioning this blog.

I set the blog up four years ago on June 6 2009, to be precise, and there have been huge changes in the way blogging works, its technical capabilities and the reach of blogs. Finally, Hotshoe has revamped its website and added a blog section to its site where I will be a contributor. To stop confusion, and because I want to continue to curate and develop this blog as I have for the last four years, I have changed the URL ( All traffic from my previous address will be redirected; so don’t be surprised if you see the web address change.

The header will be replaced with a logo design I am creating for my alter ego, The Roaming Eye, but it will take a little time to produce. This will also allow me to develop the blog, expand the type of content, bring in new voices and push the blog out further, so that I can maintain total editorial freedom and incorporate my various overlapping work strands. So for now, please bear with me while I  tweak my blog over the next couple of weeks.

The Roaming Eye even has a theme tune courtesy of the B52s:

This blog is a labour of passion and I intend to keep this sentiment at its core. This is still the place to come for news, reviews, comments and conversation in the field of contemporary photography.

Thank you to all followers and supporters for your patience.


2 responses to “Hotshoe Blog morphs into The Roaming Eye but it’s business as usual where photography is concerned

  1. Catchy theme tune. wishing you all the best with the new venture – it’s bound to be good.

    • Hi Catherine, thank you for your support and words. Yes, the theme tune is one for getting out there, looking, seeing and experiencing. I’m looking forward to the future. best Miranda

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