Almost Done

We’re coming down to the final days of 2017.
I am so done with this year.
Ready for 2018, because damn, 2018 is going to be better.
I. Insist. On. It.

Next year will, of course, hold more of the same for us.
Meat chickens.
Egg layers.
Cheeky DuckBoys.
The silly Mares. ❤

Then there’ll be some new stuff too.
Girlfriends for the DuckBoys.
Maybe, just maybe, a calf…I can hope. 😉

I’m going to re-start (for the 3rd year in a row) the fund to upgrade my camera. In 2018 there will be no pressing vet issues with any horse that eats it again.
It is not allowed.
I really want to go full frame.
I really want to do more photography.
I really want to do more Art photography.
Nothing crazy extravagant (by some people’s standards 😉 ), but wholly and completely soul satisfying.
I really want to share the name I’ve (finally!!) settled on for my photography…but not yet.
And, if we’re friends on FB, please don’t spoil the surprise, because I kinda wanna do it as a big reveal.
It’s a name I’m really happy with.
It sings to my Spirit, and embodies all the good stuff in my life.
Look for the reveal in 2018.

The next few days will see me sorting through last years photos.
I am going to post my Best of 2017, like I did last year.
Same format, month by month, that will include our most memorable Farm moments as well.
That will go live at 12:01 on Jan. 1st.
‘Til then…here’s a pretty picture of Sable being a big ol’ goofball.
See ya next year!

“I be rollin’
My back is itchy…oooooh, feels soooo good!!”
~ Sable

6 thoughts on “Almost Done

  1. Wyldkat says:

    Can I ask what kind of camera are you looking at?

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    • WolfSong says:

      Well, I’m looking longingly at the Nikon D5. But with an $8k (cdn) price tag, it is way out of my price range.
      So, what I have decided to save for is a used D4.
      A little older than the D5, but, compared to my current D90, the D4’s amazing 10 frames per second is a huge upgrade. And it’s a solid work horse, which is what I need in a camera.
      Considering action shots with the horses is my mainstay, I figure that’s my best bang for the buck. And a much nicer price tag of $3k, used…but, it’ll probably out live me.

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      • Wyldkat says:

        I hope you can get it this year. I’ve been looking at the D-7500 but not sure if it is more than I can handle. I like doing landscape and want to try night sky shots, so I need something that is weather resistant.


  2. Mark Hennick says:

    2018 is definitely going to be a much better year!

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  3. Picture cracked me up.

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  4. Toosh says:

    You have such a great way with words, can’t wait for the reveal!!


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