The time to be boredIs also time to value. Be comfortable.
Isolation isNot to be experiencedAlone, for a long time.
Social distancingIs confining and boring. I like it, sometimes.
I couldn’t resist the colors in this, at first walking past and then backtracking to get this shot. It’s hard to resist a good backlit leaf.
I talked before about visualizing images, sometimes unintentionally, in black and white. Wednesday’s photowalk was one of those times. Though, I didn’t turn on the (Fujifilm Acros) film siumulation. Rather, I photographed in RAW format because I wasn’t sure that I wanted black and white photos. There were spots of color around, including a greatContinue reading “A B&W Photowalk”
I spent yesterday morning on a solo photowalk. I opted for the Cosumnes River Preserve because I wanted to check out how the landscape has changed since the last time (season) I visited. It felt good to be out, and even better to be taking my time with the camera. I couldn’t help but spendContinue reading “Seeing in B&W”
Nothing but free timeTo do all that I want to.What do I want to?
Value differences. Accept and support uniqueFandoms and passions.
Changes in motion,A lot to do but, happy. I’m turning the page.
I have been experimenting with the Acros film simulation on my Fujifilm X-T30 and I have some ideas for some projects that I want to do with it. It reminds me so much of the black and white film I used (extensively) in high school, while first learning photography.
I was so self-conscious while taking this picture. It caught me off guard; I never used to hesitate when it comes to taking pictures of food. I took a break from doing so for a while and am starting to work back into it, taking a slightly more intentional approach to food photography. I rememberContinue reading “Panko crusted onion rings”
There is a time forNot paying attention toIntent or reason.
Erin Sullivan‘s TED Talk resonated with me.