I Make Mistakes, Too
that we all make rookie mistakes. That is the process by which we
learn. But today, I am reminded that there is an advanced level of
mistake making where we have become so skilled at a procedure that we
become susceptible to ‘out smarting’ ourselves.
I took a
days worth of photos and managed to permanently erase them before I
completed the process of importing them. This was primarily due to my
hurry to post a picture of a cup of soup while it was still warm in my
So, I guess I will have to illustrate with ‘old’ images I took a day, or 2, ago.
well worth getting up at 5:00am to watch the total eclipse of the moon.
It turned out that the event was easily seen from the second floor
landing just outside my apartment. This meant that I could step inside
to get hot refills of coffee, or any other conveniences that my home
could offer during the hour and a half that I was observing and taking
pictures of the eclipse.
An Early Bird
I stayed up for a little while after the eclipse, taking some morning pictures before heading back to bed.
or not to enhance? That’s a question who’s answer is usually clear to
me the moment I look at a picture I have taken. Sometimes I take a
photograph that I intend to do an effect on, like this rose.
I might add some fog around the border, but this is pretty much what I had in mind when I took this rose picture, (above).
When I took this poinsettia picture, I knew I was going to play with shadows and angles.
that fortune smiled upon today’s images, here at Phil’s Place. Had I
not blundered in my haste to import the images I had planned to use,
these images would have been left languishing in electron pattern limbo.
Today’s Relatively Appropriate Song;
A Good Day Indeed