Today has been busy already and it is not over. Two Halloween parties yet and laundry before hand. Gracious. Tomorrow will be a day of rest….well, probably not, but it feels good to say that.
With that said, I’ve decide to pull some from the archives again. These are from a couple of years ago. Back before I was doing my own settings and manual focusing it up. I sometime wonder if I hurt myself more by not allowing my camera to just do it all for me. I would like to think that I’ve improved, but lately I’ve been feeling a little stale and conscientious about my pictures. I’m sure it will pass.
I don’t really have access to this beauty anymore. I sometimes miss and regret that, but things change. We just have to accept that and sometimes more often than not a picture can just be about the memory. Have a beautiful day and tomorrow. Montana Rose Photography
I’m not going to lie, I’m posting this picture because I’m being lazy. I am temporarily tired of Wyoming pictures and my Assateague National Seashore pictures are not as neatly sorted. With that said, I’m being lazy and this one was a quick to do grab.
I often feel a little…blah about posting so many pictures of the zone. Even just having so many. I just often feel the need to keep my skills up, and as there are just no bears wondering around…and I don’t have a cat, she is usually the nearest living thing to practice on. That shall change, though. Hopefully…maybe. We shall see. For now, I give you the zone.
Not really. I mean it was…when I took it, but now is really in living. I’m not even sure if I know what that means, right now. I constantly have that song in my head. From that old TV show. It’s not that I watch it. Couldn’t stand it back then and that hasn’t changed much, but it does come on a station that I have on a lot of time. It is also usually ending when I flip the station over to watch it and that is the song they play at the end. So annoying and now it is in my head again. I’m rambling…apologies.
As for this picture, it is a color version of the one yesterday. One that actually turned out better than what I thought it would. I say this, because I had to play around with it more than I normally do in the editing stage. It was dark and blah and colorless. I guess that is what happens when you forget the ND filter is on your lens. I’m getting better about that. Of course it also helps when you don’t use it to begin with. Anyway, I hope you like the finished product.
I actually had some philosophical ramble when I chose that title, but nobody wants to hear that. I also had a little fictional story brewing in my head, but I’m not ready to put that in writing yet. So, there’s just the picture.
An outhouse. One of the several structures that still remain on the historical homestead there in Wyoming’s Grand Teton. There’s nothing special about it. Just an outhouse. Way from the rest of the house. I guess that would make sense, though. There are many outhouses that I wouldn’t want to be downwind from. Of course for all I know, there once could have been a house that sat closer to it. It was just there beneath the mountains. I had my camera…as is that for a fancy story.
It apparently has been a year since the zone came to live with me. It was an awkward situation. Two weeks after the beast had passed away. Exactly fourteen days. The zone was driven four hours to meet me. Things happened faster than I intended. I still often if it is the right decision, but she will stay. She was in fosters and the kennel for a long time. She is also a good dog. A fun dog. We make it work. Like now she is in under the covers on the bed while I try to get motivation to cease my procrastination of daily chores.
A year. Oh what a year it has been. There have been good and bad. That is the way it has always been with life. I’m good with it, but I wouldn’t be opposed to the next one having a little less of those “Is it over yet” moments.
Have a beautiful day and tomorrow. Montana Rose Photography