If you’re going to do a project then you should at least make every effort to keep it up, right? I seem to be lagging behind too much, something’s got to give! Anyway, I found a few minutes and I decided to post my image for last week before it got too late.
Finding the time to post on the blog is one thing, but apparently things are getting to the point where finding the time to get the photograph itself is becoming a challenge, definitely not good. Last week I took four photographs, yes four, F-O-U-R, 4! and three of them were of the same scene, so that left me with a choice between two images. Bah! I can’t let this happen again.
This is not a great image, it probably isn’t a good one, but it’s what I have and since I am sticking to the rules I made myself, I have to choose one of those images I took within the week, 🙂 I beg forgiveness in advance.
14 thoughts on “2011 Deck – Week 21”
We all seem to be in the same boat. TIME! Where does it go? The picture is qiute good I think. I think the black and white has done it JUSTICE. Looks so quiet and peaceful. Not the busy place it is.
Thanks A. Rose, actually this particular part of South Road doesn’t get too busy, but during the day it is often crowded with vehicles, I guess from people working or attending court. 🙂
I know the feeling, Michael. 🙂
Thanks Bob! exasperating, isn’t it? 🙂
Don’t beat yourself up. I think you do pretty well for someone who often works 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to Friday and half that on Saturdays.
As for the photo, not one of my favourites, but not bad for all that.
Thanks Nik! still annoying though 😦
Looks like we might make a street photographer out of you yet 🙂 Before I finished work to look after my kids I only got out at lunch and a few minutes before work. Not a great shot but I really like the perspective leading the eye down the road to the two figures and then off into the distance. If you take your camera everywhere the photos will come 🙂
Thanks Simon, I doubt it, I don’t have the “feel” for it, if I can can do it without being noticed, then possibly, but an asian man with a big camera stands out in this country 🙂
Michael, if anything you are recording history. This photo has a great perspective and interesting window arches. Lots of shapes and designs. I think you’re doing great at the photography.
Thanks Martina! Th courthouse has lots of old style and architecture, I really want to get into the building itself to do a photo-essay of the place… permission is the problem 🙂
Seems like everyone these days are so busy, I would like to think of it as a good thing! 😀
David, I agree!!! If we’re busy, it should mean we’re earning to keep ourselves fed 🙂
I feel the same – just moved to a new area, started a new job, and finding time to take photos and blog is a challenge. I just tell myself that photography and blogging are not my job – I do them as I have time and the spirit moves me. And it’s not such a bad shot.
Thanks Mike, I can imagine that in a move, you’d be hard pressed to find time for those, good luck with the new job and home! and I know that as soon as you settle in, the pics will pour out 🙂