Yesterday I rolled past 10,000 photos on my camera. I bought it in late September/early October. Guess that's a lot of pictures. I've been cleaning them out - some are good, some are really bad, but I can see improvement which is a good thing. I'm anxious to take another class at the end of March. I've got an external hard drive so back up everything every few weeks. That's important - it's not only the photos I don't want to lose but my research, office work, etc.
What a great looking chair to sit in and read during a nice summer afternoon.
When I'm in town I usually take photos from the sidewalks, not sure people want me roaming through their backyards, I would surely get arrested!
Looking at the picnic tables across the harbour at Islands Park.
I have no idea what these big hunks of metal are, but I like the looks of the rust against the sky and water.
The day was not altogether bad, sun came out warmed things up a lot. I managed to get 1/2 of what I wanted done. Have to get ready for my meeting, and am wondering if I can sneak out before hand and catch the moon, looks pretty clear and maybe it will peak through before I have to leave!
Enjoy the evening everyone!