In (the past) my inexperience of digital photography I never individually labelled the images. So whatever was on the memory card at the start was what it was labelled.
It's not that I don't know the year they were taken, or where, I do, although I'll need to search the exact names of buildings shown in them.
But it's the odd ones that are the issue. Specifically this one.
|Postcard image, source unknown...|
It's a picture of a postcard of Weymouth Harbour, unknown date.
I've no idea where the postcard was on display, I just know the photo of it was taken on holiday in the summer of 2008.
It may be the detail is written down somewhere, but it wasn't on the photo information, nor on the back-up disc. Then about a year after that my old computer had to be wiped after a damaging virus got onto my machine- despite a security package. So a couple of documents and photos not backed up were lost forever... :(
Since then I've learnt a lot about correct labelling and adding tags to my images, so I don't have this issue now. And I always make a back-up copy too.
So I've now got a lot of pictures that need sorting out and relabelling-including numerous images of my (now grown-up) sons, buried in sand on Weymouth and Lyme Regis beaches, and in pebbles on Chesil Beach. :D
If anyone can enlighten me on the postcard, do get in touch; I want to credit the original source location of the postcard too.