The other Saturday morning, I headed out with the idea that I’d go to a Corvette show that I’d seen advertised. (One of my photography goals for the year is to push myself to photograph things I’d normally overlook, or flat-out ignore.) But it was a foggy morning, so before I went to see the Corvettes, I decided to visit the Dunbar Historical Lake Park. And while I was there, I walked out on the spillway to see what that looked like. And guess what? It looked a whole lot like this.
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That’s a great goal…there is so much to see that we don’t notice!
A few things converged in January, turning 2021 into my Year of Trying Harder. This is part of that effort….
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