Let's hope so, anyway. I am looking forward to some impressive scenes of nature mingling with all that celebrated artifice. Oh, and this year, I will be aiming to take some good ones. Haha.
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Excerpt from a conversation:
Inquisitive art person "Do you ever get tired of photographing the same fog in the same places?"
Loquacious photographer: "Is it the same?"
Inquisitive art person: "Well, what I mean is...won't you be endlessly searching for that one great shot, year after year"
Loquacious Photographer: "How many years is year after year?"
Inquisitive art person: "Seriously, wouldn't one want, sooner or later, to move on to new things, like...say, portraiture or something?"
Loquacious Photographer: "Hmm....photographing people in-front of the fog...I like it"
Inquisitive art person: "You're just being silly with me, now."
Loquacious Photographer: "Well, first of all, I am fairly silly and, secondly, I've just never thought of fog at the Golden Gate as something I would get tired of pursuing---hasn't happened yet."
Inquisitive art person: "Don't you think that this could be the year you take a pictu---excuse me---photograph that, once and for all, satisfies your desire in every way? I mean, couldn't that happen?"
Loquacious photographer: "Ask me in a year."