It seems I will NOT be posting everyday in 2018. It sure doesn’t take much to get behind. Oh well, I’ll continue to try and hopefully there will be more posted than just my Instagram and Twitter updates…
How about a random picture?
In case you are wondering, this is what sets my standard for a good day.
When we bought the house in St Albert we got the biggest yard we could find and started from scratch. I loved it for almost seven years before my interest wained and it got away from me. This is 2003, about year three.
I’ve had a cold all week. I still ave a cold but at least I no longer feel like a turgid pink balloon filled with semi-solid mush rolling down multiple long flights of freezing cold metal stairs.
So today I am bring back an old favourite; Random Picture of the Day. My iPhoto library now holds 19,724 images. I am way behind on my culling so I figure a couple of thousand of those are garbage, but still, I might hit 20,000 this year or maybe next.
I restarted my Google analytics because the tracking code had gotten lost in my redesigns. So far I have peaked at 13 visitors in a day (and they were probably all me) but I need more data for any more significant figures. Last year I had slightly over 1000 unique visitors with about 55% of them returning at least once.
I need more feedback people, so I am going to post a picture of me and all of you readers are going to comment on it…
Suggested topics: the haircut; the cars, Dale’s shirt, Dale’s Keds, my mother’s cruelty in giving the leash to my brothers, the look on my face, make up your own! Hell, comment on past posts if you must, but comment. Even if you have no idea who I am…I like mysterious strangers too.
Some ideas we were playing with to sharpen up/learn some skills. It’s pretty rough stuff, mostly just proof of concept, but it got the idea across. We didn’t get much done in time for this past Xmas, but watch out for next year!
The video was shot with an iPhone 5 and composed in Adobe Premiere. The stills were shot with a Nikon D200, roughly edited in Adobe Bridge and put together in Premiere.
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