I don’t make new year resolutions. I don’t understand why one has to wait until the new calendar year begins to start on a medium/long-term course of action, or just simply to do something. I just do whatever it is that I want to do/achieve whenever it makes sense to do so.
Which brings me to the hundreds of photos I took in summer 2012 when I was in Hokkaido, Japan with my family for a holiday. While I’ve renamed the files and sorted them in folders (chronologically and destination-specific), I’ve not processed most of these RAW files and keep procrastinating.
It’s high time I work on them and hopefully will finish doing so by the end of this month. Perhaps the memories from those warm summer days in Hokkaido – onsen, good food especially the seafood, beautiful scenery, family time – would also help take my mind off the winter chill in Brussels!
This ‘situation’ with Japan photo folder is repeated amongst several other folders that were created in 2012 and 2013, which includes: Oran, Algeria; Seville, Asturias and San Sebastian in Spain; Istanbul and Bursa in Turkey; Hong Kong; Venice; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; London; Paris.
I shall gradually work my way through these photos, starting with those taken in 2012, so that I can update my external back-up hard drive in the next few months’ time. Wish me luck!