Was That a Bad Moon Rising?

Multiple rising moons over Atlanta - a fine-art composite photograph

The Photograph in My Mind

Remember last week's blog post? It featured this same photo, but different.

I changed it. 

I made what I saw in my mind. 

If you read last week's post, then you know the view from the parking deck has changed. It's no longer possible to see the Bank of America building in full because an apartment building is now blocking it. 

I was still able to get some good photos. But I wanted something more out of them. 

After last week's post, I kept staring at the photo thinking about how I could make it into an imaginary place. The billboard was a nice blank slate for me to put something of my own on it. So I did. 

The beach is my bliss, so I put it in the middle of the city. Then I thought about how pretty the moon is and how much I love seeing a full moon. I put the full moon peeking up over the horizon at the beach. 

And then I thought about a full moon over the city. I saw it in my mind's eye, and it reminded me of the photo I took of the sunrise over the city to which I added multiple moons. Good moons. No bad moons here. 

It's fun to build fantasy worlds.

It's even better to make the world the place you want to see. Don't wait for the world to change, change your world. Do good. Be good. Keep pushing yourself to your highest potential.   

I hope you're having a joyful holiday season without feeling too stressed. Take a deep breath and stay in the moment!

See you between the raindrops!


I still have some calendars left!