Happy New Year
It’s two hours to midnight here in Dublin as I write this, and it’s hard to believe that 2017 is nearly over. It was a really interesting year for me and my photography. The average visitors to this site increased significantly over the past year, and I’ve gained new audiences in areas I hadn’t expected. I started my Patreon Project and I also re-started my YouTube channel.
I have some big(ish) plans for next year to take this site and my other online projects to the next level, and I hope you will like what I’m planning to produce. I’ll talk about this some more over the next few days, but for now I just wanted to look back and offer my sincere thanks to all of my readers. Without you this wouldn’t be possible, and I never take that for granted. So thank you, and Happy New Year from Dublin, Ireland.
I leave you with this short video I shot earlier today. It was a lovely sunny day here in Ireland, and with the normally hectic new year, I wanted to offer a peaceful refrain as my way of signing off 2017. Enjoy!
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