Misty Morning Through The Window,
What do you do when you are not able to get out of the house and photograph? Easy, get the camera out of the bag, put on a long lens and see what you can find on a misty morning through the window. That’s what I did this morning anyway and I’m quite happy with the results. The sun was just starting to burn through the morning mist, I thought the trees at the side of the motorway looks quite mysterious shrouded in mist, worth a click of the shutter just to add to this blog post.
Since leaving almost all social media this website has never had it so good, I am really enjoying regularly updating the blog, I never usually have much to say of interest to anyone but it’s nice to just think, type and see what comes out through the keyboard.
Other than the friends I miss, I certainly did the right thing untieing myself from the endless cycle of social media. I can now do what I want when I want to do it. On a weekend if I fancy putting the iMac to sleep, getting up and doing a little gardening, shopping or playing with my 8-year-old son, I just do it without thinking in the back of my mind that social media comments, likes and admin duties are piling up and need catching up with. The longer I was away from the Mac, the worse the feeling got knowing all was stacking up. These days on a weekend I chose for pleasure to update this website and blog as and when I want with nothing spoiling if I don’t fancy it, bliss! I do miss the friendships but some of you are still in touch which is great and at times I can still check out your images on Instagram so I am not totally cut off from you all.
As mentioned in a previous blog post I am off work this coming week and have big photography plants from Tuesday onwards which I am really looking forward to, with luck it will be nice to capture a few new keepers with the Fujifilm X-T2 and post them here explaining how I got the image with a little background story to go with it. The weather here is freakily warm, dry and sunny for the end of February, let’s hope the good weather stretches into the coming week, let the spring-like weather continue.