TDBT’s Best of 2012

Our household has been very exciting this year – We went from raising a toddler to raising a toddler and a newborn baby. Although blogging has been light as a result, there have been a few high quality posts that I would like to share with you in case you missed them the first time around:
Stop at Liujia, Nantou County

Two Pair

In January I published two posts featuring plum blossoms: The Plum Blossoms of Fenguidou and The Plum Blossoms of Liujia.

Kallima inachis formosana FactsheetKallima inachis formosana

At some point during the year I started making info cards for the butterflies I’ve been photographing. I’ve only completed a handful and have many more to go.

Zebra Crossing

Crosswalk Diagonals

For a few weeks I was hip and shot with a Lomo Supersampler. After six rolls of film the camera broke and my hipness rapidly dissipated.

Jump [8 of 30]

Pedestrians

During a rare period of blogging clarity I produced The Jump Project [One through Thirty].

Sitou Forest Park (55 of 57)

The High Road and the Low Road

I ran into a couple of celebrities and photographed a lot of trees at Nantou’s Sitou Forest Recreation Park.

Lotus
Another year of going to the Jhongsing Village Lotus Ponds. This year’s pictures were by far my favorite.

Nathaniel
Cathy and I welcomed our son Nathaniel into the world on September 10. We have plenty of collages like this on Our Children’s Page.

Transformers 02

Page Two

The post: Transformers 4 – Scene 24 Leaked Storyboards was a collaborative project with a coworker and reeks of awesomeness. We’ve recently acquired an Optimus Prime figure and will be putting together an Optimus Prime and Megatron battle sometime after the Lunar New Year.

Hope you enjoyed this year’s posts! See you next year!

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