Waving in the New Year

Waving in the New Year
Driftwood and Wave
And now you all know why I'm not a comedian. I like the idea of taking wave photos, but in practice I'm rarely ever happy with the shots. I feel a wave has little in the way of context unless you do a burst of photos showing it grow in intensity. I also feel a wave shot needs some sort of an anchor, and I felt like this piece of driftwood did a good job of providing that anchor. As for the technical details this was shot with my new G3, at 28mm, f5.6, ISO 160, Shutter 1/1000.

I don't like doing resolutions for the New Year. I feel we're all pressured to make some big resolution that really isn't doable, and when we inevitably fail them 2 weeks/months later we don't try for the rest of the year. But, I do have some goals for this blog. I want to expand the content so it's not just photography. With that said, I want to make sure I follow through with my two photo projects, +Weekly Photo Project 2013 (of which I'm a curator for) and +Project 52 B&W . Those shots I think will be merged into one posting on Mondays. And I want to continue my Thursday shot that are separate from those.

2012 was really a year of growth for this blog. Whether I look at Blogger's own stats, or Google Analytics' far more conservative (and probably accurate) stats, I've seen considerable growth as far as the readership is concerned. I hope to continue to grow that. Thanks for being a part of that growth.

So if you've made it this far with the blog, thanks for coming back and reading, and I wish you a happy and productive 2013!

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