Looking back at 2015

A closer look at a Hermann's tortoise (Testudo hermanni) near Mount Olympus. Greece. Canon 5D MKIII, Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro, 1/800, f/7.1, iso 200, flash, handheld.
Another great year, what more to wish for? :)

It’s good to look back once in a while. In 2015 I had less time for photography due to a full agenda and personal circumstances, but it has still been a productive year nonetheless. From a business perspective I had some interesting assignments both in the Netherlands and abroad. It was very fun for example to spent time with my father on a assignment in Austria for the European Wilderness Society. I also had a well-received lecture and co-exhibition for Leiden University College The Hague. Plenty of exploring as well with a trip with a friend to the Everglades and enjoying Romania and Greece with my family. I also increased my audience (yes, that’s YOU) both on this website as on my Facebook page, with over 2000 likes. Thank you! This year I also started writing a lot more. I moved away from the monthly photo update towards writing essays on a whole range of subjects. Be sure to have a look at my previous scribbles on subjects like green parenting, minimal living and zoos.

It’s even more fun to look forward... There is a whole list of destinations waiting to be explored, including Ethiopia. I also have plenty of ideas for some personal photo projects like camera trapping. I’m looking forward to another year in which to enjoy the world with my family and friends, hone my craft, explore, have fun and make some cool pics along the way. Enjoy your holidays!

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