2012 in pictures

As another year draws to a close, I continue my tradition of showing off some photos that recap our year.

January

January 2012 was a quiet month. I released Daily Jotter 1.3 and started using Sublime Text as my editor of choice for programming. Photographically, the highlight of the month was the Worcester Flickr Group's scavenger hunt.

Coffee

February

It snowed in Feburary and I started publishing articles on ZF2. Again, a Worcester Flickr Group outing to the Panorama Tower, Croome D'abitot in Worcestershire provided the only interesting photographs that I took all month.

Panoramic Tower

March

I was very much into Instagram and didn't take any photos with my DSLR this month!

Concentration

April

In April, I went to the inaugural Whisky Web conference as an attendee, which was fun, especially as Josh used one of my photos in his keynote.

Josh Holmes

May

Both sons have their birthdays in May and a big family get together were the highlights of May.

Out-take

June

Nick and Kerry were married this month.

Nick & Kerry's wedding

July

A quiet month. I visited the PHPNW user group to see Jenny's first talk.

Jenny presenting at #phpnw

August

In August we went to the Isle of Wight on holiday and I managed to visit the steam railway.

Old and newer

September

Eldest's first day at high school!

First day at high school

October

October saw me speak at both the PHPNW and ZendCon conferences. I gave a tutorial with Evan Coury at both events which seem to be appreciated by the attendees.

The bar was popular in the evening

Whilst in California, I managed to take a photo of the Golden Gate bridge.

Golden Gate Bridge

November

After the busy-ness of October's travel, I had a quiet month in Worcester. I also got some Toyella business cards!

I have @toyella cards!

December

Last month of the year and the last month that my company's offices were in Birmingham as we moved to Worcester for the start for 2013. There was also a lot of rain!

Flooded!

All in all, another pretty good year. Next year, I intend to take more photos with my DSLR though.