Less than one hundred days left to go in this particular project, and I’m starting to wonder what comes next.
It’s funny, how quickly autumn has snuck up on me. It’s not just the way I’ve suddenly (finally!) got to shift away from all-flowers-all-the-time—the light is changing (or disappearing entirely), my routines are changing, all of it.
I’ve stopped worrying about all the flower photos. They’re pretty enough, and very soon I won’t have a choice; I’ll have to branch out. The flowers aren’t going to last much longer. Even the ones in this batch are starting to feel very autumnal to me.
Thanks to Hurricane Dorian – and a kind of miserable week, even after I got power back – I’m a bit late with this post. But I’m slowly getting back on track.
The last ten days of photos… aren’t great. They’re not awful, I don’t actively hate any of them, but… most of them are ok at best. I only genuinely like two of these photos.
I’ve got mixed feelings about this group of photos. Literally: I am absolutely in love with half of them, and I’m decidedly meh about the rest.
Just to preface the last ten days worth of photos: it has been a very rainy week. I’ve been stuck inside, and the light has been terrible.
I’m on a bit of a black-and-white kick lately. Mostly because of the recent snowfall (which wasn’t really that unusual, as much as I want to complain about it), but also because… I just really like shooting for black-and-white. It changes my process, in a good way.
About two weeks ago, I picked up set of cheap clip-on lenses for my phone. They’re nothing fancy, but they’re a fun little toy—especially the macro lens.
I was all ready to say I’d made it through ten days without falling back on a cat photo… but then I realized I did take a picture of Lucy.
Ah well. What’s the internet for, if not cat photos?