So. 2012 “happened” over the past 366 days. A very different year for me, to say the least.
Despite the best of intentions and a strong start, my 2012/366 project resulted in only 66 photos. They fit into a single screen-capture.
I can’t attribute the decrease in postings to the October 2011 demise of The Daily Shoot, as I had already slowed down my daily reviewing of photos and regular posting during the too-busy summer of 2011. And the shortly-thereafter arrival of the Today’s Posting provided a new regular source of inspiration, for those instances when it was needed. I didn’t really leap up to that new challenge.
Some of my attention did shift early in 2012 to the ds106 Daily Create, which emphasizes not only photography, but also drawing, audio, video and other media forms on a randomly rotating basis. But my participation in that, too, faltered over time.
In short, my focus has been off. And, to misquote a scene from SNL, “Well, I’m working on it …”
While I’ve mulled over finding some Lego to build my 4th consecutive 365 starter photo (2010, 2011, 2012), I may find myself shifting to another sort of building block for the 2013 image. We’ll see. I have roughly seven hours to decide and implement.
At any rate, I do intend to take my NEX-5 out of it’s backpack pocket more regularly in the coming days. It does help with seeing. And the images help with reflecting, and writing.
As this simple screen capture has done.
And so, onward into 2013 …