At The Crack Of Noon
I don’t want to waste the extra second we get today. (Explanation by NASA)
Start off with a tasty breakfast.
sort through the pictures that have accumulated since Wednesday. There
are a few that could be displayed on Flickr, (see the slideshow below).
While they upload, I eat a healthy breakfast and do a bit of reading.
A Few Photo Highlights;
hoped to go see what new fresh produce was appearing at the Saturday
farmers market, but they close each week about the time my eyes are
focusing. (The crack of noon)
I was up early to go the the food distribution at the convention
center. I drive Mark Relly, and whomever else happens to need a ride
each month, to pick up commodities and produce. At certain times of the
year, this requires me to be up at the crack of dawn.
might be a good day to explore some new photo opportunities around this
picturesque part of the world where I am experiencing the amazing gift
I think of the damages caused to nature, people, and the environment,
that are included with each gallon of gas that I burn, it makes me more
judicious in choosing where, how much, and why, I travel.
the other hand, I realize that if I go out and photograph some of this
great life we have now, the next generations will at least have pictures
of what a wonderful place this used to be.
on my list is a fishing license, and a senior parks pass. I would like
to fish now and then, and I do enjoy visiting the parks and recreation
areas around here. So, clearly, I would be well served by obtaining the
appropriate permits to do so.
now it is time grab my cameras and head out into the grandeur of the
northstate landscape to save little pieces of time through the magic of
There is no rush. Today we have an extra second.
Tokyo from Lukas Backland on http://vimeo.com">Vimeo.