It is the coveted bye week in football this week for the Florida Gators and, more importantly, for my tired body.
The last six weeks have been filled with more than 13,000 miles of travel - between football and freelance.
These two days are now going to be filled with editing and some gin and tonic.
It's a pretty cool feeling looking through 1,531 projects and 570,576 photos taken from across the world.
For someone who started this profession in the digital age, it is nice being able to see your entire body of work, visually where you have been the past 7 years of your life, all in one place.
Organizing them might prove how much of a love/hate relationship I have with technology.
I try to spend as much time as possible away from the computer with photos.
To share a dirty little secret, I don't know much about photo editing on computers besides your basic white balance, cropping, dodge/burn and maybe a few fancy things like vignetting.
I like to do everything in camera with as little work on the computer besides exporting to clients and sharing with friends.
I will have a blog post up detailing my new storage solution for photo libraries that tip past the dreaded 8TB mark - meaning you need to get serious with your storage.
Until then, I'll be editing.