From the depths of my deep DEEP winter depression I thought I’d ramble a little bit, and put up the links to the new galleries (though few they are).
Wow, 25th of December 2009, it feels like a year since last …oh wait…never mind. At least it’s another lonely Christmas like before. Family is away doing their Charity thing in Kenya. And all other friends are off gallivanting celebrating their X-mas dinners and whatnot. Bah Humbug!
At least I got some work done, painting up a few Undead miniatures (Yes Nomad, they’re going to crush your pathetic little Dwarven Army!), keeping the hearth going, watching some movies on Sci-fi. Living is not too bad after all.
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking, mainly concerning what to do with this website. People don’t comment. Heck they don’t comment on any of my pictures when I post them on fora. There are those who borrow them without permission, there are those who borrow them with permission. But overall, I’m not getting the satisfaction out of it any more like before. So either it’s time to get rid of it all or take it all in an entirely new direction…but what exactly. Pay-per-view is not an option (since nobody bothers to read this anyway)…Maybe it’s just time to pack it all in, sell off most of the cameras and call it quits.
Re-enactment, another thing that’s taken up a lot of my thinking. Like my friend Kenny I’ve become rather disillusioned by the current state of affairs, and to be honest my last trip to the Ardennes struck it home especially hard. I miss the good all days. The whole reason I took got involved with the Dutch US Doughboys was to get away from WW2 re-enactment for a while (nobody does WW1, a small group, no big obligations). The WW2 War Photographer thing does allow me to stay close but not involved anything people set up at an event, but because practically nobody says they like my pictures I might as well simply quit. Does this sound like a long-winded whine? why yes it does!
It’s just the week of snow and ice and cold rain I guess. I guess I’ve got a bit of the blues. Should improve when the sun starts shining again.
Anyway, some pictures:
Enjoy, I’ll try to blog more frequently in the new year.