I've recently been programming seriously in C, after around 10 years in higher level languages (Go, Python, C++, and others). I've been using C11, the latest standard, whereas previously I was working in C89.
I like programming in C. It's not an easy language to write fluently because it doens't provide many conveniences, it's full of traps, and I'd avoid it if I was writing something that needed to be safe, but I still find it fun.
This post describes my recent experience with C and the new standard, and my observations about how things have and haven't changed. It's not a critique of C, and some of the obvious problems with writing C (such as lack of bounds checking of arrays) aren't discussed.