I had a great post ready earlier and was about to post when “it” happened. You see I was using WP “New Post” feature on the tool bar. It started well, like a great first date, then I noticed there was no auto save or save draft feature. That is when the date went bad like week old sushi because mid-post Windows 7 decided to update for no apparent reason. Computer updated. Post gone like a ghost into where ever lost posts go. I tried to recreate the magic of the first post to no avail. So tying into my last post theme of the color yellow is a replacement post. Not as yellow, somewhat more subdued or as we say this side of the creek, a “Meller Yeller” or a few roses for those on the other side.
Since early Spring I have been in running in recovery mode. It is an automated state of being that gets one through a tragedy but at the same time it gives space to a heal from the catastrophic event(s). All through my troubles of last year I have been blessed with understanding, or at least tolerating, people who have helped and encouraged me through dark times. One of those is a couple who have their own set of troubles but have shown me much kindness in spite of their own challenges. They know I like taking pictures and are generous in allowing me to take photos around their place. So here is a belated Thanks for the kind words and prayers.
I am at best a hack photographer but I have learned a few things in the pursuit of the shot. One is never be afraid to shoot on cloudy, overcast or lightly raining days. Why? One is it helps you get to know your camera and two you may just miss something that fills you with wonderment. Enjoy.
Since starting my journey in the photo blog sphere I have come to realize a few things about myself. One is I like to display my stuff for others to see. Simply having something an not sharing makes me feel less. Two is I am not that great of a photographer technically but in my life I have stopped doing what I wanted because of a lack of skill. This is not one of those things I will stop doing as long as I am able. Thirdly and lastly, for now any who, is I do not seem to be afraid to shoot in about any type of a atmospheric condition. Here are two pictures taken in the last several days. One a nice sunny day and the other overcast. Enjoy!