Back to Normal

Well, the last two years have been a real rollercoaster.
We were stuck with Covid 19 for two years.
And to be honest, we’re still far from getting rid of Covid I think.
Also striking for me was the more obvious presence of the climate changes, something we urgently need to do something about.
And then suddenly there was war – there is always war – but this one is different, this one could send us back 60 years in time, when there was still a cold war with Russia.
You would think (hope) that humanity had learned its lesson by now, but apparently not.
Anyway, we can safely say that the last few years were not “Normal”.

In those two years I have been busy with the switch from Pentax to Fujifilm, switching camera types, my new website, discovering Olympus cameras …
But getting outside and taking pictures was almost out of the question.
Not that it was impossible, but I just couldn’t do it, even today it’s still difficult.
All the changes have had an effect on me, I think for many of us.

And in all that, spring of 2022 has begun!
Spring in nature is change, renewal…

For me it’s the time to hit the reset button, and start again.
in my head, and of less world importance, also in my photography.
maybe for you too?
Back to Normal!


Published by Marc R.

Belgium Based and Retired Photographer, IT specialist, Technician and Bushcrafter - not necessarily in that order. A few years back I got a message on my PC : "The box said 'Required Windows 11 or better'. So, I installed Linux Kubuntu 20.04 LTS" :-) - My Photography software : RawTherapee, Darktable, Digikam, Luminance HDR, Hugin, Gimp and many other. My camera Gear in 2022: Fujifilm X-H1 for architecture, landscape, ..., and Olympus E-M5 Mark II for bird and wildlife photography.

4 thoughts on “Back to Normal

    1. Hey Mark, I hope after your last outing and article you’re feeling a bit better. After Covid, those formerly innocent colds are no longer to be underestimated. By isolating ourselves like this and the masks, we have apparently become much more sensitive.

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