So 2010 is over. And as it is with things past, we tend to forget them through the daily work that occupies us. 2010 was quite a year, though. Many things happened. I’ve learned a lot of stuff. I have so many great and some not so great memories. I can’t do justice to all of them. So, here’s a little photographic review of 2010. One picture for each month — except for April, since I’ve lost all my pictures from April due to a harddisk crash in late 2010. (This is one of the not so great memories …)
January: Emil watching the snow fall through our balcony door. (This picture was featured in Steve Huff’s “Daily Inspiration” column.)
February: One of my favourite pictures of Emil.
March: A portrait of my wife. There’s always a reason to take her picture …
April: No pictures from April. I wonder what happened in April … (Honestly, I can’t remember!)
May: Lotta, my wife’s former co-worker’s daughter, was born. Welcome to this world, little baby!
June: “One, two, three …” Emil counting his fingers.
July: Good fortune! I finally got that M8 I was so desperately lusting, and a decent lens to use it with.
August: During the warm months, we’d be walking in the fields almost every day. And what beautiful light there was!
September: I extended my angle of view to 28 millimeters. Emil tried to play the piano.
November: Just my favourite picture from November. I love the composition and b&w treatment.
December: It’s christmas time! In this picture, Emil and Jasmin are reading a book with christmas stories for children.
Wait! But the year has twelve months, and these were only eleven pictures! Well, here’s #12, my favourite picture from 2010:
What will 2011 bring for me, for my family, for all of us? The year started with a new perspective — the Voigtländer SWH 15mm f/4.5 lens. I’m curious to see what kind of pictures I’m going to take with it! See you ’round!