It started with a Windows Update, the result of which left my copy of the backblip backup tool broken. Peter / LooseCanon, the author, was very helpful and eventually I got it working again. Windows had mushed all over the file permissions.
During the recovery process I'd lost the database so I needed to reload the entire journal. This took a while but it did cause me to watch my bliplife unfold before me; albeit backwards.
It struck me that I used to get out and take more presentable, attractive photos and fewer rushed, faffed, and record-of-the-DIY photos that rather dominate recent blippage, and that was disappointing.
So, I've decided to try and make more time for taking photos.
That's not always going to happen - the day I'm writing this on has been more than overloaded - but it's an intent.
(And there's a flurry of DIY-of-the-day phone images to backblip shortly, but not just yet.)
Thus, yes, it's another Elsby in the garden. Definitely the best use for a dead conifer.