I'm really bad at keeping up. Keeping up with schedules, keeping up with people when (rarely) running, and keeping up with photos I take. Sometimes, they go up right away, like the photos I take for my internship. Sometimes they go up in a lenient two week time window, like the photos I take for clients (don't hold that against me, clients). And then sometimes, they don't go up at all.
I dump, and go. Photo dumping is my favorite pastime. It feels almost therapeutic to have a nice, empty memory card. But that leaves me with folders upon folders of untouched, unseen photos from events/adventures/occasions that I've completely let slip by. I love photography, but I hate the task of editing and weeding through the photos. It's such a daunting task. What if I hate them? What if they're the worst photos ever taken? There's no way to go back and take new ones. The chance is gone. And I'd rather be blissfully unaware than have photographers remorse, ya know?
Well in an effort to be more responsible about GB space, I started weeding through folders. And tada: I found these. Photos of my best friends at the Hartsburg Pumpkin Festival Missouri. What could be better?