his has been a very quiet time for me. I’m not doing much more than I need to do. That’s not me. Nor, is it good for me.
I’ve always been a believer of finishing your daily work and then do one more thing. Big or little, it doesn’t matter. You are making progress.
Where I come from we say, progress not perfection.
That’s good because I’m never perfect. I make mistakes. I’m the typo king. Some of my best pictures are either motion shaky art out of focus.
That’s not a terrible thing. I learn from all of those things. I edit my words tighter. I compensate for cameras shake either with a tripod or I make sure my shutter speed is high.
But, right now none of that is happening. I reckon that the pandemic and the last 18 months have worn me out. It’s worn a lot of people out. Add to that the pressure of really not working much and I’m probably blown out.
My way of dealing with this is not working. Or, working very well. I probably need a long, long vacation. But, I’d worry about what was going on where I wasn’t.
I suspect a lot of us are in this place.
What about you?
ll reflections, that’s what this picture is really about. I’d finished a very short walk when I looked up and saw the window.
I had to move around a bit in order to make this picture as well framed as it is, which is to say, not very well.
If I could have moved back about 15 feet, I could have aligned the final image a lot better.
There goes that perfection thing again.
Nonsense. I did the best I could with what I had.
Once again, I didn’t do much but darken and sharpen the picture. After all, simpler is usually better.
This time it was.