I’ve been away, but the ice is still everywhere.
There are several images in my “future blogpix” folder, but I find that I am far more selective about what images I deem postable, far more critical in my self-editing. I suppose that is a good thing.
I was in Boston for a few days, and found myself at Downtown Crossing without my camera. Made me re-appreciate the vow – usually adhered to – to always carry my camera. Made me want to go back just to spend the day downtown WITH my camera. But not until it gets warmer. Or someone invents a camera with built-in handwarmers.
Just when I think I’m tired of winter, I start having fun taking pictures of ice.
Ice. Maybe part of a series.
Some days I feel like I’m on a roll, and I wind up with more than one good image – imagine that. What’s an image-a-day guy supposed to do with that?
Sometimes we leave things hanging, to witness the passing of a season, until it is time to take them down and put them to use.
Now that I am running OSX on my Mac, I can finally start a Blogger Blog, which will be easier to administer and hopefully be a little more visible than the last one. I will keep that one as I left it for archival purposes.
This image was taken, not flying my ultralight over the rainforest, but on my knees in a church parking lot, genuflecting to the gods of light and shadow.