Well, we’ve come to the end of another fifty-two roll project, and in proper form, I’m going to present my favourites from each week. Unlike previous projects, I started to build a final photo book of all my favourite images. And that I why I started working on this post at the beginning of February 2021, and each month I collected my favourites and posted them here and wrote out their pieces for the month. So that even with such a vast catalogue of images, I could quickly get the book to print. So without further delay, I give you my choices for the best of the year.

Foma:52 - Week 01 - Royal City
Week 01 – Royal City – The inclusion of the Basilica of Our Lady Immaculate is three fold. First, it is the recognisable building in downtown Guelph, second, its towers that drew me towards the downtown during my stay. And thirdly a small tribute to my Opa who was a Roman Catholic in life, but from a different parish.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 35mm 1:2.8 – Fomapan 400 @ ASA-200 – Rollei Low Speed (1+4) 10:45 @ 24C
Foma:52 - Week 02 - Ghosts
Week 02 – Ghosts – While Streetsville offered up a lot of excellent historical buildings, the Barber House has of all of them the best story. Which is more on the history of the property and the death of Elizabeth Comfort at the hands of Tory Thugs during the 1837 Rebellion and the ghosts that still haunt the site today.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 35mm 1:2.8 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 400 @ ASA-200 – Adox Atomol 49 (Stock) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 03 - Daily Grind
Week 03 – Daily Gind – My choice for this image became clear because the idea I had was to convey the loneliness of a campus that should have been bustling with activity for start-of-term.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 50mm 1:1.4 – Fomapan 400 @ ASA-400 – Acufine (Stock) 6:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 04 - Hometown Blues
Week 04 – Hometown Blues – Again the choice of the image comes down to story and with Milton, there are a lot of buildings that I have connections with, but the old Court House has the best story as it secured Milton as the seat of Halton and helped catalyse the preservation of other historic buildings in town.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 – Fompan 400 @ ASA-400 – Adox Atomal 49 (Stock) 10:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 05 - The Falls
Week 05 – The Falls – There’s something about a hike in the Winter with snow and trees and your wife to add to the same shot you get while hiking through the woods in the winter.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 – Fomapan 400 @ ASA-200 – Kodak D-76 (1+1) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 06 - Erchless
Week 06 – Erchless – The title of week six ended up being the deciding factor of which image would be chosen. In this case the Erchless manor, showing all three sections of growth between 1835-1858 and remains the ancestral home of the Oakville Chisholms.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 400 @ ASA-200 – FPP D96 (Stock) 7:30 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 07 - The Neighborhood
Week 07 – The Neighborhood – Picking an image for week 7 was hard, I’d walked this route many times over the past couple of years. But the pedestrian bridge over the railroad made sense as it closed the loop on the walking route.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 35mm 1:2.8 – Fomapan 400 @ ASA-320 – Ilford Ilfotec HC (1+63) 12:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 08 - Still As The Grave
Week 08 – Still As The Grave – Despite being knee-deep in snow, I managed to visit a pair of historic cemeteries. But this photo, while far from perfect stood out, with the bare branches serving as light beams coming from the head of the statue of Jesus.
Nikon FM – Lomography Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64mm – Fomapan 400 @ ASA-200 – FA-1027 (1+14) 8:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 09 - By the Bay
Week 09 – By the Bay – Not often do you have a reminder of the original founding of the community, but in Burlington they have that reminder. The Joseph Brant House today is a 1937 replica of the original 18th Century home of noted Mohawk leader, Thayendanegea.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 50mm 1:1.4 – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-200 – Ilford Perceptol (Stock) 6:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 10 - Sixteen
Week 10 – Sixteen – Knox Sixteen, originally founded in 1844 as a wooden meeting house for Presbyterians in the region, it was clad in brick in 1899 and is the only surviving building from the settlement of Sixteen Hollow and remains an active congregation today.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 (Yellow-12) – Fompan 200 @ ASA-200 – FA-1027 (1+19) 10:30 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 11 - Galt
Week 11 – Galt – The Russian Gun, captured by the British at Sevastapol in 1855, granted to Galt in 1863. It was fired in May 1866, after three successful rounds, the fourth round went off early killing two and injuring three. It’s not safe and deactivated in Queen’s Square.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 105mm 1:2.5 – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-200 – Ilford Ilfotec HC (1+63) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 12 - Distant Voices
Week 12 – Distant Voices – Two of the three reconstucted Wendat Longhouses at Crawford Lake, built with the aid of indigenous people to showcase life in the area in the 15th Century.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-200 – Kodak D-76 (1+1) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 13 - By George
Week 13 – By George – The Former Barber Mill that operated from 1854-1991 and was the first industrial uses of hydro electricity in 1880.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-200 – Adox Atomal 49 (Stock) 10:00 @ 20C

For this 52-Roll project, I decided to play a little bit with the available data that I have access to, thanks to tracking the entire project in an Excel spreadsheet and tailoring the spreadsheet to make it easy to analyse and turn the data into information. Some of my job tasks often involve analysing data for future decision-making, and I think this project might help determine future project targets, locations, and even film development. With everything that took place throughout 2021, I’m not surprised that most of the week’s of the projects were located in my hometown of Milton. A total of eleven weeks were spent in Milton, the second-highest location count being Oakville and Toronto, also no surprise at those two numbers. Three weeks were spent in Hamilton, and an additional three weeks were shot at multiple locations. With the remaining places being 1-2 weeks. With an entire range of Nikkor manual focus lenses available, there were two top lenses from the project; at the number one spot with fourteen weeks being used is the Nikkor 35mm f/2.8 and in second place with twelve weeks the Nikkor 28mm f/3.5. This year, I allowed myself to have weeks where I brought multiple lenses; this accounted for ten weeks of the project. I used my Lomography Achromat 64mm f/2.9 lens twice this year. The lenses with the lowest counts were the 50mm f/1.8 and 200mm f/4; no surprise on the 200mm as it came into my kit late in the year and is highly specialised. Some films are easier to nail down a developer than others when it comes to Foma films. Over the year, I used seventeen different developers. The one that I used the most shouldn’t come as a surprise, Ilford Ilfotec HC, at a total of eleven times. Tied in second place are Adox Rodinal (a surprise) and Adox Atomal 49, another fantastic developer who did a fine job with Fomapan 400 and Fomapan 200. Then if you break it down by film stock and developer used. The most used Developer with Fomapan 100 was a tie between Ilfotec HC and Adox Rodinal, both at five times each. Fomapan 200, a tough stock to nail down a good developer, was Ilfotec HC four times, followed by Kodak D-23. This older developer is one of the best developers for the stock. Then with Fomapan 400, the number one developer is Adox Atomal 49 at four times, and provided the best results at both the box speed of ASA-400 and at one-stop over (ASA-200) and pulled in development.

Foma:52 - Week 14 - Upon Avon
Week 14 – Upon Avon – Originally built in 1910 as the Imperial Ratten Co and one of the big five furniture factories in Stratford. Imperial became a major player in modern design through the 1950s. It closed in 2006 as Krug Furniture.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-200 – Adox Atomal 49 (Stock) 10:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 15 - In Memorial
Week 15 – In Memorial – It’s always fun to explore a new park that you pass every day. But also to find it has a far richer history than you first expected.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 105mm 1:2.5 – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-160- Adox Rodinal (1+50) 8:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 16 - The Summit
Week 16 – The Summit – It’s never fun to have movements restricted, but it does help to take on a new hiking trail at the Summit entrance for Kelso Conservation Area!
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-200 – FPP D96 (Stock) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 17 - Boston
Week 17 – Boston – Boston Presbyterian Church is the area’s oldest congregation having been founded in 1820.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-100 – Adox FX-39 II (1+9) 10:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 18 - End of Line
Week 18 – End of Line – A rather unassuming house operated as a vaccine farm from 1885-1916.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 35mm 1:2.8 – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – Rollei Supergrain (1+15) 7:30 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 20 - Sharpe's Tragedy
Week 20 – Sharpe’s Tragedy – A Memorial to Colonel S. Sharpe – committed suicide on 25 May 1918 brought on by Post-Traumatic Stress. Least We Forget.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 35mm 1:2.8 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – Adox FX-39 II (1+9) 7:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 21 - Yorklands
Week 21 – Yorklands – The Main Administration building of the former Guelph Reformatory.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – FA-1027 (1+14) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 22 - Bought the Farm
Week 22 – Bought the Farm – The overgrown rear yard for the Historic Cattle barn at Scotsdale Farm, the barn probably dates to the 1870s.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 35mm 1:2.8 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – Ilford Ilfotec HC (1+63) 10:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 23 - Parkway
Week 23 – Parkway – Looking out over Navy Island which was a shipyard, the Republic of Canada, Resort Island, and potential site for the United Nations Headquarters.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 35mm 1:2.8 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – Adox Rodinal (1+50) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 24 - Westfield
Week 24 – Westfield – The 1814 Log Church that once served the Six Nations Reserve.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 35mm 1:2.8 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – Rollei Supergrain (1+15) 7:30 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 25 - Embrace the Grain
Week 25 – Embrace the Grain – Big B is a very special stuffed panda that has helped both Heather and I.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 50mm 1:1.8 – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – Ilford Ilfotec HC (1+79) 12:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 26 - The Gorge
Week 26 – The Gorge – The Elora Inn & Spa is built from the original 1832 Saw, Grist, and Distillery and Elora’s oldest building.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 50mm 1:1.4 – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – Ilford Ilfotec HC (1+79) 12:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 27 - Steel City Blues
Week 27 – Steel City Blues – The Lister Block, my personal choice to symbolise the height, the fall, and rebirth of Hamilton’s downtown core.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – Adox Rodinal (1+50) 60:00 @ 20C

There is a certain joy to completing this project during the ongoing global pandemic. I realised several months in that I could not always rely on the subject matter that drove previous projects. With events being cancelled and travel restricted, not to mention plenty of ongoing changes in public health guidelines, I knew that I would have to get creative in some cases. But that is what these projects are about, being creative. That meant that the entirety of this project got created right here in Ontario. And mostly local also, the furthest spot, being Petrolia, Ontario only two and a half hours away. As for reenactments and photo walks, these were mostly cancelled. And while I didn’t get out to any War of 1812 related events, I did experience some World War 1 events thanks to the fine folk in the 11th Swiss Rifles. And both these events expanded my understanding of the conflict, not just in Canada’s role but also the role of the Swiss, which is often missed in Canadian history textbooks. Equipment-wise, I suffered no catastrophic failures, sure a couple of glitches, but these were easily fixed at home. I also added two new lenses to my kit, the 24mm f/2.8 and 200mm f/2.8; as for lenses, I did manage to use almost every manual focus Nikon lens in my kit, save for one, the PC Nikkor 35mm f/2.8. I did consider the PC-Nikkor for one of the weeks but decided against it because lugging a tripod does make life harder. For film stocks, I’m happy with my choice of going with the three main Fomapan films and learning a bit more about their nature. The biggest is that Fomapan 400, while it still works best when shot at ASA-200, can be shot at the box speed of ASA-400, providing you develop it in the proper chemistry. I still had a hard time with Fomapan 200 but am a little closer to cracking the code on that stock; it does perform the best in classic developers like Pyro based and D-76/D-23. And, of course, Fomapan 100 remains a solid favourite. And it felt good to revitalise the project idea in my mind and certainly provided plenty of inspiration. I even think that I may return to a sheet based project in a couple of years.

Foma:52 - Week 28 - Stone Town
Week 28 – Stone Town – St. Marys 1907 GTR station, today operated by VIA is the third and final train station completed for the town. The first station still stands a kilometer outside the community at St. Marys Junction.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-32 – Ilford Ilfotec HC (1+63) 8:30 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 29 - Muddy York
Week 29 – Muddy York – The Gooderham Building, an icon of Old Toronto, despite dating to 1892, it has survived against much of the urban renewal of the 1970s.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 35mm 1:2.8 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – Adox Rodinal (1+50) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 30 - The Last Bastion
Week 30 – The Last Bastion – A visit to Lindsay, Ontario and finding the Victoria Park Armoury that looks totally different from all the other armouries from the era across Ontario.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 35mm 1:2.8 – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – Ilford Microphen (1+1) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 31 - The Swiss Connection
Week 31 – The Swiss Connection – Members of the 11th Swiss Rifles, a Reenactment Unit portraying a Swiss rifle unit during World War 1 and their replica Maschinengewehr Modell 1900.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 105mm 1:2.5 – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – Ilford Microphen (1+1) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 32 - Sydenham
Week 32 – Syndenham – The Boyhood home of World War 1 Flying Ace Billy Bishop (bet you thought I was going to say Snoopy).
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – Adox Rodinal (1+50) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 33 - Connect
Week 33 – Connect – Saying goodbye to a wonderful social group, group founder Susan taking in a thank you video the participants put together.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 105mm 1:2.5 – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – Ilford Ilfotec HC (1+63) 10:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 34 - Brant's Ford
Week 34 – Brant’s Ford – A sad memorial to the thousands of children who never left the Residential School Systems on the steps of the oldest such places in Canada.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 105mm 1:2.5 – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – Adox FX-39 II (1+9) 7:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 35 - Smokey Hollow
Week 35 – Smokey Hollow – The beautiful Grindstone Creek valley while it was not the shot I planned but I’m far more happy with this one.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 – Fomapan 100 @ ASA-100 – Adox Rodinal (1+50) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 36 - The Quarry
Week 36 – The Quarry – Getting back to the unstated goal of trying to fit in all the Conservation Halton Parks into the project!
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 24mm 1:2.8 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-200 – Adox FX-39 II (1+9) 10:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 37 - Break On Through (To the Other Side)
Week 37 – Break On Through (To the Other Side) – While a rather commercial looking door for a week about doors, Sunshine Donuts is an amazing local store that delivers amazing treats. It’s been a constant for Heather and I through this year and the one before.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 50mm 1:1.4 – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-200 – Ilford Ilfotec HC (1+63) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 38 - Cobblestones
Week 38 – Cobblestones – The Paris Wincy Mills, a former industrial mill from 1889 that survived well into the 20th Century now is a local hub for food and vendors. Also an excellent craft brewery.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 24mm 1:2.8 – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-200 – Ilford Ilfotec HC (1+63) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 39 - Entrenched
Week 39 – Entrenched – Lance Corporal Julius is the unit Mascot for the No. 3 Casulty Clearing Station – Canadian Army Medical Corps.
Nikon FM – Lomography Daguerreotype Achromat 1:2.9/64mm – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-50 – Kodak D-23 (Stock) 5:45 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 40 - Stone City
Week 40 – Stone City – Shoal Tower, one of four Martello towers that form the defence of Kingston. And one of only a handful of surviving towers in Canada.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 200mm 1:4 – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-200 – Kodak D-23 (Stock) 7:00 @ 20C

This year has only been the second time I put together a final book on the project. The book wasn’t entirely required by my original criteria, but it gives the project that last project. The saying “it’s not complete until it’s printed”, which I don’t always agree with, but makes sense in this case. While the blog posts allowed for that ‘big-picture’ view for each week with either an overarching theme or local history, I rarely translated that directly to the book copy. The book gave me a chance to target a specific image, picking the shot that I liked the most from the week or had an interesting story attached. Some weeks, I had to seriously trim down the entry to fit and still have the text big enough for people to read. I could explore many different parts of history that I enjoy studying, including military, railway, architecture, natural, and local histories. I covered a lot of early colonial history in Ontario and some of the darker aspects of that story. I touched on a lot of World War One history through local men who served and learned a great deal about the Swiss during the Great War. Surprisingly, despite visiting a few locations related to the War of 1812, none of those made it into the book this time around. But the biggest help to get the book moving from the start, allowing things to clip along at a good pace, so I only had a handful of things to take care of to complete the project.

Foma:52 - Week 41 - If I Left The Zoo
Week 41 – If I Left the Zoo – Tiger Cub Milia is the most recent arrival to the Zoo and the Amur Tiger species.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 105mm 1:2.5 – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-200 – Ilford Ilfotec HC (1+63) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 42 - All In the Details
Week 42 – All In the Details – The Steeple of Knox Presbyterian Church in Downtown Milton, Ontario. Depsite appearances, it never had bells.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 200mm 1:4 – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-200 – Kodak D-23 (Stock) 7:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 43 - Black Gold
Week 43 – Black Gold – While a shot of the original oil fields would have been more appropriate, Sunnyside Mansion, built for John Henry Fairbanks, Ontario’s biggest oil baron’s 1891 Victorian Mansion is a rather creepy but photogenic building in downtown Petrolia, Ontario.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 35mm 1:2.8 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-100 – Pyrocat-HD (1+1+100) 7:30 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 44 - Highland
Week 44 – Highlands – The Wellington County Poorhouse, the oldest surviving such structures in Canada used to house men and women poor and destitute to ‘fix’ their moral failing through hard work. Today it is the local history museum and archives.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 – Fomapan 200 @ ASA-200 – Adox XT-3 (Stock) 6:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 45 - For the Fallen
Week 45 – For the Fallen – A beautiful memorial to Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrea, the author of one of Canada’s most notable poems of Rememberance “In Flander’s Fields” installed near the Guelph Civic Museum.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 105mm 1:2.5 – New Classics EZ400 @ ASA-250 – Kodak D-23 (Stock) 7:30 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 46 - Houses of Holy
Week 49 – Houses of Holy – St. Jude’s Anglican church, a congregation that traces itself back to 1839, their current home from 1889 is one of the more difficult churches to photograph especially around the noon hour.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 – New Classic EZ400 @ ASA-400 – Adox Atomal 49 (Stock) 10:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 47 - Worth The Drive
Week 47 – Worth The Drive – Acton’s history has always been tied to the leather industry, and today that is only continued through the Old Hide House.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 35mm 1:2.8 (Yellow-12) – New Classic EZ400 @ ASA-200 – Adox Atomal 49 (Stock) 9:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 48 - Danforth To Downtown
Week 48 – Danforth to Downtown – A long walk from Greektown to the downtown put me past the site of Toronto’s earliest ‘lost’ buildings, the Simcoe’s cottage grandly named “Castle Frank” now only a small historical marker.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 24mm 1:2.8 – New Classic EZ400 @ ASA-200 – Pyrocat-HD (1+1+100) 12:30 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 49 - First Capital
Week 49 – First Capital – A memorial to the Simcoes, while most memorials feature only John Graves (Upper Canada’s first Lieutenant-Governors), this one also features Elizabeth, who’s watercolours and diaries are key to our understanding of early life in Upper Canada.
Nikon FM – AI-S Nikkor 35mm 1:2.8 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 400 @ ASA-400 – Flic Film Black/White & Green (1+49) 13:30 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 50 - Little Saxony
Week 50 – Little Saxony – The stunning Puddicombe House in the New Hamburg Heritage District, originally built 1868 this Italinate Mansion is a boutique hotel, resteraunt, spa and event space since 2006.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 24mm 1:2.8 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 40 @ ASA-200 – Ilford Ilfotec HC (1+63) 11:45 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 51 - Rattler
Week 51 – Rattler – A beautiful afternoon hike after a snowfall at Rattlesnake Point. And while we didn’t make it too far, I’m happy with the results I did get.
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 24mm 1:2.8 (Yellow-12) – Fomapan 400 @ ASA-200 – Adox Rodinal (1+50) 11:00 @ 20C
Foma:52 - Week 52 - Christmastime
Nikon FM – AI Nikkor 28mm 1:3.5 – Fomapan 400 @ ASA-200 – Flic Film Black/White & Green (1+49) 12:00 @ 20C

And so dear readers, we’ve reached the end of another project. It was fun to dust off this project form again, and it made me glad I still had the chops to complete the task at hand. And despite everything that happened this year, I still managed to complete the project with no significant failures. If you like what you see and want a copy, you will be able to pick up this project in book form, and all the images featured here on this post are the ones that I chose for the book itself. It will be available at the end of February 2022 through Blurb. Maybe next year, I was revisiting a sheet-based project, but we’ll see how the whole parenting thing goes first.

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  1. Well done on the completion of this project. My favourite photos are the snow ones. To keep this up for the whole year is/was amazing.

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