Editors Note:


EDITOR'S NOTE: Fresh off a three year managerial stint, your friendly neighborhood lenslinger is back on the street and under heavy deadline. As the numbing effects of his self-imposed containment wear off, vexing reflections and pithy epistles are sure to follow...

Sunday, December 31, 2006

Happy New Year!

Doc StewI've no top ten lists, no words of wisdom, no parting shots at 2006 - just a big, hairy Happy New Years to you and yours. The past twelve months have not signaled my meteoric rise to literary superstardom but they have seen me sit down and write almost every day. Thus, I'm considering the past twelve calendar pages more than a crumpled mass of scribbled grids - I'm officially deeming it a success. Of course I couldn't do that without thanking you - the returning reader who's suffered through my every other screed, from my misguided series of mullet pictures to my attempts at media analysis, from my often bloated prose to my every instance of outright adjective abuse. Thanks - that couldn't have been easier for you. As for what you can expect in 2007, well - I think I pretty much listed it. That, and a few vlogs - granted Weaver will show me how to push all the right buttons on my new Sony.

Stay Tuned...

8 comments:

photogguy said...

Happy New Year, Stewart.

Oreo said...

May '07 find you and yours healthy and happy.

Anonymous said...

I've been a daily (though thus far silent) reader since following a link from BeFrank's blog some months ago. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and talent. Keep it up. Happy New Year.

FlutePrayer

P.S. I love your Barbie

Anonymous said...

I like reading your blog. I don't say anything either. Sometimes, I don't understand what you're talking about, but it always sounds good. You're a good writer. You're pics are good, too.

Anonymous said...

Happy 2007! May it be a great year of literary (and technical) achievement!

John in Miami said...

Happy New Year Lenslinger!

You make my transition to the first world even easier knowing there are some things I can always count on no matter where I am.

Best to you and the family!

Lensmith

Anonymous said...

Why do you cover the side of your camera? Are your hiding your company logo and is there a need to do that?

Lenslinger said...

Widescreen,

I covered the side of my camera in this shot to avoid any complications. Shots of my company logo appear here and there on these pages, but I try to avoid gratuitous shots - as I don't want to equate my opinions with the station I work for. That said, they've NEVER given me any heat over what I've written here. I'd liek to keep it that way and if it means photo-shopping the occasional picture, I'll do it.