Look familiar? If you've been following my blog since the beginning at The Light Without, you'll recognize this as the first desktop image I ever posted. Why would I post it again three years later? Because it will be the last desktop image—at least for the foreseeable future.
As you may have noticed, my work and my approach to photography has changed significantly since I posted this wallpaper in December 2009. While I still love images like this one, I'm working on going deeper to create more meaningful work—and trying to figure out what "more meaningful work" actually means to me. Recently, it's been a bit of a struggle to find images I think are appropriate for desktops, and honestly, my heart is just not in it as it was.
There also hasn't been much activity here besides these wallpapers, and that is also a result of spending more time discovering my photographic path and paying less attention to the writing one. I've spent over a year working with Ray Ketcham, learning and growing as a photographer, too. Now it's time for me to let all of this settle and find out what my pictures look like moving forward.
I hope you've enjoyed the images and I'm sorry for pulling the plug on you—sorry, Mom!—but maybe you'll stick around for what's coming, even if I don't know what that is yet :-)
So click on the image to get your 2560 x 1600px wallpaper one last time. I hope you enjoy it.