With winter's deep breath
I don't really have any time to write tonight, at least here, which is ironic. The irony lies in the fact that my time here is short because I need to finish fine tuning a syllabus for a class I am teaching about Flickr which starts Wednesday. I am intrigued, excited and a bit nervous to see how the class goes. It will unfold over three weeks, one night a week and I will attempt to collate and sort nearly a decade's worth of experience on here into something that will prove helpful to another group of photographers. I am sure I will probably share more thoughts on the process as the class rolls along, but for now I need to get to work. I just had to pop on here to share an image from a roll of film I just got developed today. I have done many photos of frozen waterfalls over the years, but my Reality So Subtle 6x17 pinhole has not been involved in nearly enough of them, so I saw to it that it narrowed that gap a bit.
Reality So Subtle 141 / Kodak Ektar 100