The New Year Looks Suspiciously Like The Last

It's Your Move

Welcome to 2009. It seems just like 2008 except for the uneasy feeling I have that things are about to get a lot worse. I hope that is not the case but I can’t help but wonder.

My last official act of 2008 was to take a trip to New York City to see the Christmas window displays. That was a lot of fun but I seem to be too tired to write much about it at the moment. I took some photos as usual and it seemed as though there were precious few that amounted to anything. Most of the time that I was taking photos; I was in a big hurry or fighting with the crowd for position. I also took a couple of photos with my Jsoly 4×4 but I won’t process those for a while.

On New Years Day I did nothing at all and spent the day in my bathrobe. It was peacefull and quiet, perfect for reading and taking a nap. Thus began the new year though there was nothing new about it except for a date on a calendar.

One Reply to “The New Year Looks Suspiciously Like The Last”

  1. 2011 by the time I found this, I was excited for 2010 because of the roundness of the numbers and still have an optimistic feeling this year more in mind and spirit than about the economy or country. New York City sounds like a lonely place to be despite all the people. I often think about how hard it must be to frame a photo in busier places. I tend to stay to the back roads, where I can often stop in the middle, but still, I am often easily averted by just one car. Even out in the country, after a time, it becomes difficult to find a new way to present the same old scenery.

Comments are closed.