I don't know about you guys, but I have no idea where 2010 went. It was like a flash in the pan to me this year. Maybe Project Double Take kept me so busy I didn't notice the time go by. It doesn't seem like I did anything super out of the ordinary. I spent a lot of time out shooting this year opposite my day job. I suppose that makes the days go by faster when you fill them full and then come home at night at edit away. I suppose more of this will happen in 2011 as well.
In honor of 2011, I thought I should start us off right with an image from Peoria. This shot is of the Bob Michel bridge downtown shot all the way back in July of 2010. July seems pretty far off, but if 2010 was any indication, it will be here before we know it. Why no winter scenes? Well, see I'll admit I've been pretty burned out with photography lately and I'm taking a little break over the holiday season to enjoy being with family and being in the moment instead of orchestrating it behind a camera. So, in all honesty, I haven't shot much of winter this year. Also, I figure after the holidays are over most of you are sick of looking at snow, so I thought I'd give at least your desktop a break and give you a little something else to look at.
By now you should know the drill. Click the link below for the size you need. 5 desktop sizes and an iPad and iPhone background are included. I hope you enjoy them! Happy New Year! Happy New Desktop Calendar!