I've been going through the extensive archives the last few weekends while signing and dating a number of miscellaneous limited edition matted prints, and came across this series from 2012.
It reminded me of three things; first, that even without the numerous photos I'm sure to continue taking weekly, the processing of RAW images I've already taken will take me years to get through!
Two, I should really invest in larger hard drives.
And three, I may have mentioned it before, but outside of a few select in-the-moment shots, I've found that I think most of my photos are great as soon as I take them. Unfortunately I'm pretty sure I'm mostly judging the memory (including how I felt, the weather, everything about the spot, erc) and not the photo. I've found that I'm not able to properly and fairly curate my own work until some duration of time has passed, anywhere from a few months to years.
While each image reminds me of the moment like it was yesterday, I'm able to remove myself enough to judge subjectively. I've found images that were passed over previously, but more often removed the flag from images I had previously selected.