A couple of days ago, I noticed my Hasselblad was staring at me, longingly. I hadn't taken it out since this summer, and even though the Hassie wasn't more than an arm's length away at any point during that time, I just wasn't feeling it.
I picked it up, and noticed it still had about 5 unexposed frames of film. So I dusted it off, and shot a few frames around the house. I have no idea what's on the other 7 frames, but I took the roll in to be processed yesterday.
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In other news, I'm think I'm going to offer Path Finder again for the beginning of the year. I hope you'll join me -- it's really a great course for those in transition, or who are still trying to figure out what they want to be when they grow up. I always love giving this course, and hearing the revelations that come from those who attend. It's a lot of fun, and a great way to start a year, promise.
Interested? I'll open up registration next week (for those who've
already taken the course, it might be a good gift for someone you
know!). Class will begin mid-January.
(I'm also working on a course for those who have already taken Path Finder, or who are comfortable where they are, and are looking for ways to bring focus to what they're doing and elevate to the next level. More on that very soon!)