Monday, October 14, 2013

Long long time ago


This image was created sometime around 2005. We had just finished creating our first brochure and were working on new images for our website. The original image was photographed with an Olympus C-5050Z... now a 10 year old, 5MP camera, with one of the snappiest lenses I have ever used.

Back in 2010, I began working with Lightroom (probably version 2 or 3), and one of the first things I did was re-edit some of my older images. Partly to see them in a new light, but also just to mess around with images that I liked, but weren't mission critical at the time. Back when I edited this, we were still under the assumption that I would be able to make pots again someday.

Last weekend, I celebrated 4 years since waking up from the coma. Not really something I feel like advertising. Worth sharing? Perhaps. I don't know anymore.

2 comments:

cookingwithgas said...

When you keep moving forward it's harder to look back, because there are good things happening. I started looking back less and less this year. I am working, and not too hard, on the small things that give me great joy.
Little steps have become big steps.
Never forget, but don't let it rule you.

alexander solla said...

You are so right Meredith. Working on things that bring joy is exactly where I need to be right now.Looking back takes away from being right here, right now.