I am thinking about how silly I must have looked yesterday, standing, stooping, and squatting with my tripod, some pinwheels, and a child's marble toy - right next to one of the busiest roads in VA.
I am thankful for balmy days, new color in what has been a gray and brown world, and so much more!
From the kitchen, not much is happening, but it will be in a few minutes, since I can hear Dominic moving about. It's almost time for his grandpa to make some waffles.
I'm wearing my comfortable blue sort of chenillish type material, oh so stylish, robe from Walmart.
I am creating photos with motion, a new journal page, and some time for myself.
I am going to my next photography class this afternoon with Kara - going to get my photos critiqued in public. Oh, joy! Not such a bad lesson though because it reminds me of just how my students must be feeling!
I am reading blogs, internet sites, and books on photography, especially - you guessed it - stopping and starting motion. That is, until after today's class when I'll have a new assignment and something new to "focus" on. (Sorry, I couldn't resist.)
I am hoping for some understanding of what this guy is talking about. I had to do some serious reading and research after class; I think he forgets that some of us are beginners in every sense of the word, and that others of us have somewhat of a clue, but hey...we're in the beginners class!
I am hearing grandpa stirring now; breakfast is in the works with omelets and waffles to come.
Around the house is lots of cat hair; vacuuming is on the agenda today. It should have been done yesterday, but hey, I was playing with the tripod and camera.
One of my favorite things is steamed clams; my sister is at the beach this weekend and I told her to eat some for me. I hope she does!
Have a wonderful week, everyone! And, I do know that the picture has absolutely nothing to do with this post, but I like this gent's attitude. He's completely at peace with the fact that his hairdo has gone terribly wrong.