Sometimes the light just hands you a gift.
The morning had been overcast, but just as we got to this building, the sun broke through and…this happened.
One day a few months, one of my photographer pals phoned me up and encouraged me to take a particular class at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops; that’s where I am this week. Because of that, it will probably take me a while to respond to your comments. But I will get to them.
I can’t recall why I ended up in Wimberley, or how I decided to check out the huge monthly flea market (over 450 vendors). But I guess it was worth the five bucks to park because I saw this fantastic cornbread pan, which is just like the kind my mom used. As an added benefit, someone (the vendor? a previous shopper?) had made this artful arrangement of cast iron pans.
This is what happened one afternoon when I was in Atlanta. I was waiting on my traveling companion to return from his outing* so we could go to dinner so I decided to try my hand at in-camera double exposures.
*I’d been at a conference all day and was suffering from carryover ennui. I should have been outside. Or in the bar.
I’m off in New Mexico this week, taking a photography class. (Finally! I’m going to learn how to take a picture!) Please leave comments, and I’ll respond as soon as I can.