On Starting Clear Come Next Year

in photography •  3 months ago 

Not a chance.

In terms of collected photographic material, I am up to my ears with work. On my own projects. My own trips. They were quite a lot in comparison to previous years and this time I am so behind on editing and reviewing them (or vice versa)...

So 2020 will inherit some of that material from 2019 and it will still need work.

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Photograph by me. Sculptures are the work of Nencho Rusev, a most experienced artist from my hometown of Karnobat. This photo is a part of a series. Of a visual story, waiting to be told.

However...

If I had to make New Year's Resolutions, though, it would be...pay more attention, assign more time to my physical shape. The rest will be fine ;)

How do you actually get about resolving those resolutions? A step at a time. With or without the goal in sight, that is a matter of philosophy.

So, my first job on the first day of the new year will be...schedule most of my daily tasks in a new way. Less time in front of a PC is Goal Number One.

I'm still here with you ;)

What's your goal?


Wishing you a great year ahead!

Yours,

Manol

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Churches are great places to reflect changing calendars.

The private workshop of a sculptor in this case but it looks like a church. And you have a point there! It's good to reflect on things from time to time :)