Yahoo! Mexico posted a photo I took last halloween on the front page of their site. That’s pretty cool. Almost 6,000 people have clicked through to view the photo page today alone, making it now my most viewed photo on Flickr.
The mummy was back again this year, and I got a shot of it with a wider angle lens.
An evil clown hangs from the ceiling of a neighbourhood garage at halloween.
I keep being surprised by how much fun I still have with photography, especially after almost 2 years of shooting every single day. Shooting silly things, not worrying about perfection or production quality. Experimenting. Having fun. Although sometimes it feels like I just keep shooting the same boring things over and over again, if I step back and look at the photographs, there is so much that I love about them. Sure, many people and things are recurring in many photographs. But that’s part of the fun. Seeing the same thing at different times, from different angles.
As long as I’m having fun, I’ll be shooting photographs. Or is it the other way around. Either way, I’m sure glad I’m not a photographer – that would be far to limiting, and probably not much fun.
I should probably do this on a regular basis – last friday of every month? I just finished running rsync backups of the servers I manage, burning a copy of my entire hosting account to DVD as well. I updated a bunch of software (Adobe CS3 – oh, MAN that’s an annoying/slow updater; Ubuntu in Parallels; etc…). I also pruned out a bunch of apps I don’t use anymore, and deleted some old files. Feels good to clear things up a bit…
Yet another smoggy sunrise building over Calgary, as seen from my office at the University of Calgary.