***Scroll down to see my offer for Red Cross donations.***
I’ve got a full day scheduled today, including a printing workshop (taking, not teaching) and dinner out downtown, enjoying First Saturday activities. That means that my walk had to be early, right here in the neighborhood.
As soon as I left the house at 6:07 a.m., random raindrops started to fall. They were just enough to make spots on the sidewalk, and the clouds were breaking up in the sky, so I continued the walk, doing all of the streets in my neighborhood.
Now, of course I love my neighborhood, but there is not a lot of photographic variety here. That’s why I go to the lengths I do to find interesting venues for my walks. It keeps me motivated. Walking in my neighborhood does not, but it will do when I am in a time crunch. Honestly, the main thing that kept me motivated this morning was knowing that there was a pot of coffee ready for me when I got home.
I found a great stand of rudbeckia, so I photographed it, then played around with some of the filters in Photoshop that I had not used before.
I hope you all have a great Saturday. Maybe I’ll see some of you downtown tonight!
|Raindrops on the retention pond|
|The Extrude Filter|
|The Tilt Shift Filter|
|The Swirl Filter|
|The Wave Filter|
Save the date! Monday, September 2, will be the
last day of my year long photo walk project, and I’m planning a big
celebration walk with anyone who wants to join me! September 2 is also
Labor Day, so many of you will have the day off. The walk will be in
downtown Frederick, around 9 a.m., followed by a brunch. More details
will be posted on my blog as they get confirmed. But mark your
calendars, grab your cameras, put on your walking shoes, and join me for
my final Daily Photo Walk. Let’s jam the streets of Frederick with
disaster relief, and I will send you a 5×7 print of your choice from
any of my daily photo walks or from my website. Offer good until
September 2, 2013.