For me, photography is one of those hobbies that comes and goes repeatedly over time. One month I'll shoot a dozen rolls of film and spend a lot of time doing photography stuff, and the next month my cameras will sit gathering dust and I won't even have the appetite to take a single photo. The last three or four months has been one of the latter periods, and I can count on one hand the number of times I've even touched a camera. I think the main reason is because I'm currently trying to simplify my life and become more self sufficient (well, as much as I can in a medium sized garden in the town centre), and as a result I spend a lot more time pottering about in the vegetable patch in the garden, or just sitting outside and generally enjoying the space with a book and a cider. I have also been trying to make my garden more wildlife friendly to attract more birds, hedgehogs and insets etc. In an effort to get back into photography more, I've recently purchased a set of extension tubes for the Hasselblad, and am going to set myself a little project (thanks to @Lindsay56 for the idea ). Over the remainder of the year, I'm going to focus (lol) on creating photos in the garden. It'll be a mixture of vegetables, insects, flowers and whatever else takes my fancy. I appreciate seeing these photos isn't going to interest everyone, but posting here is going to be a way to keep me on track. I aim to post a couple of photos a week if I can, although some weeks it might be 6 or zero, depending on how it goes!