Not been very active here or anywhere online for some time. To be honest, I've been so preoccupied with my "other" life that I haven't picked up my D-SLR since January. I have dabbled a little in cellphone photography - in that I have switched camera apps on my phone to one that imitates a full camera viewfinder. I also found a nice panorama app for my phone, so will be trying it out sometime.
I did finally take a couple of films in for developing - a 35mm one from my Kiev rangefinder and a 120 from my Holga. So, I will be going "retro" with my film cameras!
I remember reading an article (or several, can't really recall) that artistic people tend to go through a lot of "dry-spells" creatively and often re-invent themselves to break out of their rut. All I know is I seem to have gone through a lot of these dry-spells lately - at least in actually taking photos. I still have a lot of visualizing of photos, techniques, ideas - I just have a bad case of procrastination and don't put any of these ideas into practice.
Was good to be out and about with camera in-hand today. It may have only been five photographs I took with my Holga but it's still five more than I've taken for some time. Little steps to breaking my procrastinating bad habit.