Thank you Erroll Garner & Johnny Burke for writing “Misty” in 1954, and Ella Fitzgerald for singing it.
And, a random picture of the day, my two year old basil plant, that is still hanging on….. amazing.
I am trying a “new” thing, in this whole process; By “new” I mean, new to me. In my walk today, I tried to allow the art to talk to me, rather than forcing myself upon it. So, I take my camera, but I in no way force myself to shoot something, unless it catches my eye honestly. So, here are my results.
“Hope brings a turtle” as my husbands cousin was known to say.
Regardless, after a lot of napping and medication, we managed to get out anyways. Here are my lowlights of the day. (These, as opposed to my other images, were all taken with my iPhone 5c) I love my little green sunspot. Cheers.
The trouble with days like today, it takes work to FIND something to shoot. I admit I was a bit pouty when I saw the sky this morning, so I googled what to shoot on a cloudy day, and most photographers suggested CLOUDS!!! (and proceeded to insert the most vivid cloud shots ever). What those people did not take into account, is that today the clouds were completely formless, with no creases to let the morning sunlight in, I had a solid blanket of grey. But, I went for my usual walk anyways… and what do you know?!…. I found stuff that I hadn’t seen before, albeit a bit morbid.