The fifth WordCamp Europe took place in Paris last week. I am repeating myself each year, when I say how great it was!
I had the role of photography team lead this year, which meant that I somehow ended up shooting fewer images than in the years before. Nevertheless – here are my favorite photos (that I took) from WordCamp Europe 2017.
Last weekend we headed to Scotland to attend our friends’ wedding. It was a great couple of days in Scotland. The wedding was wonderful, most lovingly put together – with so many caring friends and family. Obviously I took a large amount of images.
Today, I have been photo blogging daily for 212 days (7 months), so I thought it is time for a little recap.
Bad news first: I missed a few days.
One day in February – can’t say why exactly, I just forgot/wasn’t in the mood to take a picture that day (or a couple of days before) and I didn’t feel like taking a random image from the archive.
When I set the rules last year, I decided, that scheduling posts in advance, was OK. But the reason behind starting all this, was to get out and shoot more. So I let that day slip, and did not post an image.
I missed some more days in early March, when my daughter was born. Trust me, I shot a lot of images that day and the following days and still do. (She will be my most photographed subject in no time. She probably is already…) But I just didn’t feel like sharing those very intimate moments, so no new posts for a total of six days.
That still makes 205 photos in 212 days.
I am pretty happy with that. Daily photo blogging has made me go out more and I am back to taking my camera everywhere, which – in turn – enabled me to take more pictures, which was the initial goal of this exercise. 😊 (Getting a new X100F earlier this year was/is also a great motivator, but that’s for another post.)
Check out A Photo A Day. It all started with this post back in August of 2016. (Tip: You can use your left/right arrow keys to navigate from day to day.)
I have no words, just love.
In September Claudio and I became founders of our own, proper design & web development agency. It is called Haptiq and it is awesome!
We have been working together on numerous projects for a couple of years now, so it was an obvious next step to take our cooperation to the next level.
We are still in the process of building our website, but we have some basic information up already and there is a first blog post. More to follow soon.
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