New Year, New Day


From and old place. We took a walk to visit friends after driving a bit. When a dog has to go a dog has to go. She seems to be feeling much better. She’s finally been eating too much.

Anyway.

We were walking and this scene popped up. Wowie Zowie. What a scene.

It’s all in how you see things.

There’s been a lot of talk about seeing even the smallest things in a positive light. That’s a good idea.

Consider the lockdown. I could have been sitting around watching way too much Netflix and eating some kind of savory treat. I started out that way. Then, I thought, “What am I doing?”

So, I started working on projects that needed doing. I didn’t do as much as I planned. But, I have a path way now. Besides, the minute you implement a plan everything changes.

And, you?

How were the last ten months? What did you do? What didn’t you do?

Orange sky at dusk. I don’t know if that means anything, but it sure was pretty.

This is one of those scenes. “Oh, my God,” you think.

Then you push the shutter release button. Click. Click. Click.

Then, you go home and get to work.

This picture didn’t need much post production. I did clean it up a bit.

If you recall, I wrote that I had a good photographic spell during my Storyteller break. It hasn’t stopped yet.

My eyes are open. My heart, brain and soul are also open.

All of that matters in the art world.

Stay safe. Stay strong. Stay mighty. Wear your mask. Wash your hands. Keep your distance. Look after each other. Be kind. Enjoy the winter light.

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