Nothing like cleaning house and thinking about corners. I looked up here and realized I had never noticed the crack in the plaster, nor the little indentation toward the shelving above. I expect I will find all sorts of weird things as I look at corners.
While it is still too chilly and windy to do anything much, and rain is on the way, I’ve been browsing through past photos and converting them to b&w. Meanwhile, the studio is looking good!
So, so many things to be grateful for . . . family, friends, health, happiness, love, hope, and too many other things to be named.
Another image from the roaming of a year ago. I put off developing the images because I thought I would do it – that is, developing my own black and white. I found I like the sense of accomplishment – but I don’t like the stress – of home developing. So, I had them done in a lab which accommodates each type of film.
Kentmere seems to be a pretty nice film, and it is reasonably priced. I have more true b&w I want to use and process, such as Ilford Delta 100 and Fuji Acros 100.
I think this “labyrinth” – for lack of a better word – has some Christian religious significance. I have no idea. Do you? It is behind a local church, and never ceases to catch my eye.
Sapotes are a fruit – this is a white sapote hanging from a tree in the local botanical garden. As they ripen, the local animals -squirrels especially – use them as a food. People eat them, too. Yum.
In the gutter . . . anyhow, despite what the phrase means to you or me, Autumn brings about the dropping of leaves. Maples have some of the best, and as they pile up, it’s time to get a picture in.