There’s nothing like Jasmine in the morning. You smell it before you see it. It’s like perfume for the outdoors. It is found all over the South and north until — well, I don’t know.
The little yellow flowers don’t last long so I recommend that when you see them you just stand there and smell your fill.
They may not be there the next day.
Sort of like life.
They say that, “He who hesitates is lost.” How many times do you, do I, have to be taught that?
Think about it. I don’t want to think about it. I’ve come to the conclusion that I’ve passed up way too many opportunities starting when I was a child. One comes to mind.
But, I’ll leave that alone for now because I’d like to finish this post sometime today.
This reckoning stuff ain’t easy. But, if you want to be free, truly free, I highly recommend it. Just be sure that most of your ghosts are friendly or I’m pretty sure you’ll hide under the covers like I did yesterday.
Actually, I didn’t stay there all day and mostly I was just worn out. The all seeing dog isn’t feeling well. She has a gastro infection. She refuses to take her medicine so I mostly slept with one eye open.
Today, even with very little medicine in her she seems to be feeling better. It makes sense in a way. My oldest family doctor once said that most of us can fight off an infection on our own, but antibiotics speed up the process and we feel better sooner.
Photographing Jasmine is just about like anything else. See it, press the button.
The trick is to make the picture on an overcast day, or you’ll have blown highlights like I do.
The way that I dealt with it was to add a glow filter so it looks intentional.
They say that, “Garbage in equals garbage out.”
Looking directly across to the left hand column I see they say a lot of things.
I’m still trying to figure out who they is. I see that all the time.
“They won’t do this,” “They won’t do that.”
Who is they?
Oh, never mind. They won’t tell us who they is.
After adding “glow” the picture became simple to edit. So I did that and I present it to you.
Jasmines with no smell.