The few people who added my blog to their reading list because they are genuinely interested in my photos (as opposed to those hoping I would also follow their blogs to increase their numbers) probably wondered why I stopped posting. There were two main reasons. One, my iMac died and I couldn’t easily access my photos. Two, I was in Canada for a month and didn’t post because I had no editing software with me. Now I am back in Korea and the Apple repair shop tells me that they’ve replaced the graphics card (not cheap) and the iMac is working fine. That’s good news, but unfortunately the Harvest Festival holiday runs from this evening to next Wednesday. I’d be mad to get on a bus and go to Seoul to pick up the computer. A three hour trip becomes a ten hour trip on major holidays here. So, no photo posting until late next week sometime.
I have a backlog of photos that I want to share on this website but once they are used up I will probably be posting less frequently. Despite being unemployed I want to use more film and get away from digital. I’ve always liked film more and it’s not computer dependent. Maybe it’s because I’m getting older, but computers seem to annoy me more and more every year. Time to start looking for a cabin in the woods . . . . .