Way Behind The Sun

A little color never hurts.


t seems that this is one of those days. Mondays are like that. I start on the solvable issues and move to the fun stuff like writing this blog.

I keep reading to, and talking to some bloggers who just have a terrible time doing this. Off the top of my head I’d say they are thinking too much. Maybe they are writers who think ever phrase has to be perfect.

Perfect for who?

If you believe my comments about 70% of the readers make their own meaning of our various arts than perfection truly is only for angels. Besides, always trying to be perfect usually means that nothing is ever achieved.

Today’s Storyteller is a fine example of that. For some reason WordPress wouldn’t let me download from my desktop, so I download what amounts to an unfinished image from Google Pictures. You can tell because it doesn’t have a credit line.

I learned something.

For this particular picture the lack of processing is better than I could do when I lay my grubby hands on it.

I’ll test this later in the week. But, I have something special planned for tomorrow.

Stay tuned.



5 responses to “Way Behind The Sun”

  1. Debra Avatar

    It’s a beautiful image, Ray. I love the drama in the colors and the bright sun spot!

    I’m having so much trouble with WP. For some reason I cannot follow your blog, and yet, occasionally your posts do appear in my inbox.Then, once again, you vanish! I keep trying. 🙂

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    1. Ray Laskowitz Avatar

      Thank you. A little backlight helped that picture. I have no idea why that happens. Since I have easier access to WP help than you do, let me reach out.

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      1. Debra Avatar

        Thank you, Ray. It’s very strange!

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