The clean-up of my image library backlog continues and I suspect it will be ongoing for some time. I worked out recently that I have nearly 300,000 images in the backlog – that’s going to take some time to work through.
On a positive note I am certainly getting the desired distance (in time) from the original shoot and this is allowing me to pick out some new images that I initially overlooked. This particular image is one from a Trip I made to the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales last November. At the time I didn’t recall shooting much that I was happy with. I had become fixated with trying to use the Nikon D800 (purchased as an experiment and sold soon after in frustration) but was fighting with it. I was also fighting back the pain from a prolapsed disk in my Neck but at the time didn’t realise the severity of the problem. In all, it was a memorable trip for all the wrong reasons.
Now that I’m looking back at the images I realised that I shot many more with the Olympus EM5 than the Nikon D800 and that there are some real gems in there.
Hope you like the image and have a great weekend.