Sunday, May 12, 2013

I'm still here ...

... just having a bit of technical difficulty. The good news is that I'm still constantly taking pictures - almost exclusively with my handy, dandy iPhone. The bad news is that 5 years of this silly photo-a-day project means that my laptop is FULL. To. the. gills. It gives me the stink eye each time I hook my phone up to upload the latest pictures.

I'm in the process of backing up (both on an external hard drive - 2 actually AND burning my pictures to discs) so I can delete them off my laptop & save some space. It turns out that backing up some 25,000 pictures is quite a lengthy process, and it leaves me with not much time to play on the innnernets, let alone update this blog.

I hope to get the pictures updated in the next few weeks. Keep coming back. Summer is just around the corner, and I should have much more time to stay updated once my job slows down.
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