- My 9 year old, and one of the things she and her 6 year old sister said when they realized, with great dismay, that there would be no more =(
Both made me smile.
The silliness of it makes me chuckle, and that it shows how far I am from where I was is... worth reflecting on.
I've got great friends, from 37 years past to recent.
I'm a lucky guy.
Where I lurk more, and share less =(
The one with the bear is epic.
Now I want to play...
Related, but unrelated, I know Kent will get a kick out of these:
Yes, I believe this sums it up nicely.
I lurk more now.
In May 2013 I finished my Masters. That took a chunk. My photography, for almost the whole year prior, was focused almost exclusively on (post)processing my photo doc.
Last August I started training as a Bowen Therapist, and started a new job (from tech teaching/training to Unix admin, that was a big kick in the brain).
And my laptop died right after I received my degree. At least it waited til I finished it =) Though, it's really hard to be a DSLR enthusiast without a machine capable of doing all the tweakwerk it requires =|
I iPhone most of my captures now. It's a convenience thing. The camera you have with you, and all that.
While I lurked, looking at the stats of some of my favorite photographers, I wondered if G+ is a hugely off-kilter popularity contest- where it's hard for the less popular kids to be as noticeable as the most popular ones.
I watch a few people, in particular, and wonder why their popularity hasn't grown much the past year. They're awesome. They deserve a lot more praise and a lot more interest in their work.
I'm not sure how G+ will fit in my life in the coming months.
I'll finish my anatomy class soon, and be a certified Bowen Therapist.
I'll continue to learn more in my new job, and dream of Tron.
If I get a new computer, I may trade my D7000 in for a D300 (I really miss my D200, and I don't enjoy the D7000 as much), and maybe I'll get the urge to photograph like I used to.
And there are those writing projects I'm working on...
Not sure if G+ will give me the interaction and support I need for my hobbies and life.
We'll have to see.
As much as I hate about it, FB, at the least, provides more dialog. I don't have to compete, like the people I watch here, against the popular kids for interaction.
And on that reflection, enjoy some metal =)
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