Firstly, The Brief Catch Up.

So it's been a while hasn't it? I've neglected my blog for several months but now I am back with a bang (I hope). I've been considering leaving the blogging game for good because I felt like my blog wasn't up to the standard I wanted it to be at, the content had been rushed due to deadlines of uni but now all that has changed. I'm going to be spending a lot more time on each post I craft and I've planned some amazing stuff for the future. Throughout Ramadan I have been working on the new blog for you and be sure to leave a comment down below with feedback on how you like it. So my University is finally over and I have graduated in Graphic Design but that's not the best news I have to share, I recently won a design award and was invited to London for a sweet little awards ceremony. I spent five days in London and managed to film a little something for a short film, so look out for that!

D&AD Award Winners :)

[stag_dropcap font_size="50px" style="normal"]S[/stag_dropcap]o we're nearing the end of Ramadan and throughout each sunset and sunrise I challenged myself to capture the sunrise & sunset of each day, some of the results were not as expected due to poor weather but some days were an absolute delight. For those wondering what Ramadan is, in a nutshell its an Islamic month where us Muslims fast each day from sunrise to sunset, its a pivotal moment each year and each year we fast for a total of 30 days. Yup, no food or water for the full day! Ramadan makes us realise how much food we actually have and how much of it we take for granted. As you previously read I spent about a week of my Ramadan in London, which lead to some sweet time-lapses and interesting sunsets.

“Periodic fasting can help clear up the mind and strengthen the body and the spirit.”

Ezra Taft Benson

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So there you have it, the skies of Ramadan. I hope you all enjoyed this post, be sure to let me know in the comments below. By the time this post will be up Ramadan will be coming to an end, I wish everyone a great Eid and to those not celebrating I wish you a great day. Keep it locked on I have some great content coming soon.

Thank you. Till next time, Adil.