Two more pictures that I took recently.  I’ve been experimenting a lot with motion, because with a digital camera, you don’t have to worry about paying for every single picture to be developed, and so there’s no such thing as a “wasted shot.”

Sky and trees, blurred into an abstract painting.  This is actually my
current computer desktop background.

Here, through low shudder speed and random camera motion, I
made a rather dull sunset into something I find far more interesting.

Yes, I need more pictures of people.  I’m getting tired of creating shots of blurred colors.  I mean, I could do both these with a kid’s watercolor kit.

The novel is progressing.  I managed to make it over 1000 words yesterday but that puts me 700 words behind my goal.  What matters most to me is just the fact that I’m writing a piece of fiction and that I’m actually motivated to work on it every day.  So even if I don’t meet the NaNoWriMo challenge, this is getting me back into the daily writing habit.

Sending out love and friendship…

Have a happy Thursday!


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  1. I tend to work in spurts … 4-5,000 words at a pop sometimes, and then days, even weeks, without anything. LOL… Digital cameras really do enable a lot more experimentation — and with all the software out there to play with photos, it’s a lot of fun!

  2. Digital cameras rock the boat.
    Thanks for the happy birthday comment. =)
    I wish I would be motivated to write some. I’d be happy with 1,000 words a day no matter what the goal was. What I really need to find is a muse and endless amounts of time.

  3. Hey, I saw your comments on another post and thought I’d stop by to read what you had to say. I LOVE that first photo! That is great. So, you are a writer? I’d love to hear more about that. I’ll have to go back and read some of your earlier posts and see what I can find out. I am from a family of great writers…and although I enjoy writing I am not very good. That doesn’t stop me from writing, though.

  4. Thanks for your happy comments. Sorry I haven’t been over here in awhile… busy of course. Darn school.I like your photographs and I especially like your ghost stories. I’ve never had such an encounter, but I certainly believe in them…Take care,Christina

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