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Feb 26, 2020
Today started out sunny and beautiful if not a little chilly, but it's now clouding over and rain threatens. We've had so much rain here in Atlanta lately. We're way above average.
I don't even know what yesterday's weather was like most of the day since I was in a studio with no windows from 7:30 a.m. until after 6 p.m. I was assisting on a product photoshoot. It was hard work, though fun, and a very long day.
I did catch a bit of the sunset on my way home and it was amazing and colorful! I was sorry I didn't have time to get home and grab my camera.
It was dark by the time I walked Bauer.
No photo job today but I have plenty of writing work to keep me busy.
I went in search of a few particular photos for a blog post and was having trouble finding them.
I have about 18,000 photos on the external hard drive I was looking through. That's one of three external hard drives I have that only have photos on them.
The storage struggle is real and painful! And yes - I do use keywords when I import my photos into Lightroom but it's still hard locating the exact photos I'm looking for sometimes.
By chance, I came across these bright fun photos I took some time ago.
They made me happy when I saw them, and I forgot what other photos I was looking for!
I think I've posted at least one of these photos before, and I know I've discussed zoom bursts and how to take them, but I thought I'd feature these because they were so bright and cheerful on this now-overcast day.
I don't like to complain about the weather. I don't think the day is bad just because the sun isn't shining. But I am susceptible to a little seasonal affective disorder.
As the days drag on without a lot of sunshine, I get a little frustrated.
Having grown up in Southern California, I know I'm spoiled. I never understood what the seasons were or what true cold was until we visited our New York relatives at Christmas time.
Then we moved to Boston for a couple of years for my dad's temporary assignment at MIT. Whoa.
I was only about 7 but I still remember going sledding. It was fun until I got snow down under my glove right next to my wrist. Yikes. It was soooo cold! I didn't like it.
We moved back to California after a couple of years and I was much happier.
So, if you're like me and the weather's a little gloomy where you are, here are a few bright spots for your day!
These aren't my usual cityscape and landscape photos, but regular readers of my blog know I love a painterly look. I had a lot of fun editing these into a cross between the Abstract and Impressionist styles of painting.
I hope you're having a wonderful day no matter what kind of weather you're enduring!
See you between the raindrops!
PS - I don't have these in my store yet because I don't know where they fit. I'm thinking about adding an abstract art section soon. Until then, I have lots of cheery bright photos on the site. You can find them here.
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