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Tag Archives: goals
I was very much unconcerned about my goals for 2012. I had not reviewed them at all during the year. Upon seeing them, I know why. They were not goals at all. They were statements of what I wanted to … Continue reading
1. Photography. I will continue to improve my skills at photography. To that end, I will be concentrating on both learning new ways to look at the world and sharing what I learn with you here through blog posts. I … Continue reading
My annual review of how I did with my goals I stated last January. In many ways I obtained them to a point. One I totally blew off…again! Like Scrooge in my favorite Christmas story, one must look back before … Continue reading
One of my goals for this year’s high school ice hockey season was to capture more peak moments. The last two years, I felt I had missed many good photos by missing those times when the action was at its … Continue reading