I haven't been doing much photo work of late because the family is in the process of shifting. The move isn't dramatic but hey, shifting isn't just a matter of filling a couple of suitcases and driving over to new place.
The point though, is that I haven't been able to do any photo-editing for a while. That should change sometime next week (cross fingers).
The new place also backs onto a bit of bush, and my fast Mark-2 eyeball survey of the place reveals a good spider fauna. I feel like doing some more macro.
One of the other things I am trying to work through though, is just trying to enjoy the internet more. Since the stalking started in 2010 (and this has continued with little abatement right into this month), its hard to shake the feeling that being on the web, being part of the community, sharing stuff- it really isn't as fun as it used to be. I'm a lot warier of making connections to other people, and desire to share photos and the like has waned. If it's not fun, it's harder to sustain.
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