December ICM

Some intentional camera movement images from December 2021.

This will possibly be my last post to this blog. At the moment I can’t say if it will be the last ever or if I will simply be taking a break for an unknown length of time.

I decided some time ago that I needed to take a break but decided to go through to the end of 2021 before making the final decision.

Originally started 4 years ago to document my 52 week photo project in 2018 it was never really planned to extend beyond that. I didn’t really expect it to carry on or that I would make nearly 3 thousand posts.

2021: December ICM

Wax crayons with a 35mm CCTV lens adapted to a mirrorless camera.

2021: December ICM

Ripples on Colpoy’s Bay at sunrise.

2021: December ICM

A giant yellow butterfly garden ornament with rotational camera movement during exposure.

2021: December ICM

Trees in snow on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario.

18 replies on “December ICM”

Dear David,
Happy New Year.
While I will miss seeing your images, I respect your decision (and selfishly hope you decide to share again – when the timing is right). Thank you for sharing your photography with us, and please take care and stay safe.

Best wishes from Japan,

David, we’re going to miss you but breaks are so vital I think to blogging. Enjoy your time away from the screen, and I’m sure you won’t miss the internet woes!!

Do hope you might pop back occasionally at some point in future, but whatever you decide wishing you all the best for the future 😊

Happy New Year David and thank you for sharing your beautiful photographs with us here. I’m sorry to hear you don’t want to continue with your blog and wish you all the best for 2022 🍀

If you change your mind it is easy to return with a schedule that suits you 😉

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