I’ve been working through my older archives, weeding out files that I’ve only kept because of my pack rat instinct. There’s a lot of terrible stuff in there, and I’ve been deleting about sixty percent of the original raw files. Most of what’s left is family snapshots, reference photos, textures, and so on, but there’s enough of a scattering of forgotten treasures to make it interesting. Including, in this case, an entire set of zoo photos from 2011 that I put in the wrong catalog and forgot about entirely.
The colubus monkeys at the Minnesota Zoo aren’t terribly active, and they share an exhibit with the generally-more-photogenic DeBrazza’s monkey, but sometimes active isn’t really what you’re looking for. I think this captures the attitude of a lot of us here at the end of the year.