A few photos here are from when I was experimenting with adding texture to photos organically.
Next Saturday’s folder will include a look at the work of a young artist.
Often times when I put calendars out into the world, I worry about what kind of home it will receive. Will it be loved? Will it be adored? Will it end up on a wall with tons of writing on it?
Recently I received a couple text pictures of Photography 139 Calendars in their new homes.
While it might seem that I’m soliciting such images, I am not, but I do love getting them.
Here are those 2 images, Photogrpahy 139 Calendars. Home.
I’m glad to see these calendars have found good, loving homes in Arizona.
A couple months back I went to Minnesota to visit Bethany, Becca, and Dae Hee. We spent one muggy afternoon visiting Minnehaha Falls.
I do plan on revisiting these falls in the winter this year. Hopefully. Better prepared. Hopefully.
FOCAL LENGTH: 18mm (35mm equivalency – 27mm)
DATE: 07-11-2015 12:07 PM
LATITUDE: 44° 54′ 55″
LONGITUDE: 93° 12′ 40″
ALTITUDE: 234 meters
I just thought I should make a formal announcement that I am going to take a sabbatical from blogging formally. This sabbatical really already began, and I anticipate it lasting until at least May, but maybe longer.
This isn’t to say that I’m out of photos to publish. In fact, the contrary is actually the case.
This isn’t to say that I’m taking a break from photography, because I certainly am not. It is just, that you won’t be able to see my unpublished and yet to be taken photos. At least not here.
Although, I’m sure there will be the occasional blog post about tenderloins, travel, movies, music, life, whatever…
I’m just taking some time off from this project to pursue a couple of other projects. Hopefully those projects will bear fruit someday and I’ll be able to share those with you as well.
Until next time,
Your Humble Narrator