My daughter thought it would be hilarious if I got as close as I could to this seagull without scaring it away. Challenge. Accepted.
I know it’s still fall, but it sure feels like winter around here. Of course, by “around here,” I mean in my office, where the frigid temperatures have us all wearing coats. I brought in a blanket for my legs, and am now contemplating going to the store to look for fuzzy slippers. Subconsciously, I tell myself I don’t want to go outside into the rainy afternoon. “It’s too cold!” But seriously, it’s probably warmer out there (albeit wetter).
I fear we’re getting to the time of year when photo shoots are going to be sparse. On top of that, my daughter’s visiting for the next month, which is AWESOME! but also changes our schedule around – more shopping, less photography.
To add insult to injury, I’m in the second week of an online master’s program, so it feels like every waking second is consumed by reading boring tomes, trying to figure out what the heck APA formatting is and why I should bother, and writing. Lots of writing.
So consider this my pre-apology if things get sparse around here. I’ll check in as time allows, and I’m confident it will allow more and more as I get my feet under me and figure out the whole self-scheduling thing. Feel free to check in from time to time to hold me accountable for my school deadlines. 🙂
In the meantime, here’s a fuzzy caterpillar to make us all feel better about Thursday.
I wish I had some truly eerie images to share for this week’s challenge, but I don’t. I apologize. This is as good as it gets.
This week over at Ailsa’s place, the theme is delicate. We are to show photographs that fit the theme, and here are mine.
Each delicate in its own way. If you want to join the fun, find a photograph that makes you think “delicate,” and follow Ailsa’s instructions!