It’s not like I have nothing to do. It’s more like I have too much to do. So I bounce between my computer, my sewing machine, the camera, the TV, and round and round. My camera club has been having almost daily photography classes, which have been great. It would be a tease to not be able to get out to take new photos if not for the 34,000 photos sitting in my Lightroom library that I can bring up and edit according to whatever new tidbits I have picked up in the latest class.
These photos are from the first time I went to the photo walk at the Clearwater library with the group two years ago. One of my first trips with the group. At first I went to every photo walk that I could manage, as if it was going to be the one and only time that opportunity would ever exist. And most of those photo ops involved a 100-mile round trip for me, so it was a relief to realize that the photo walks repeat every few weeks. After that I paced myself a little better. I’ve long appreciated how much joining this group brought to my life once I began to recover from losing my husband. But it has never been as beneficial as it’s been during this suspension of life as we knew it. The Florida Center for Creative Photography is the name of the group. It’s a wonderful group of people and a terrific resource for learning more about photography. If you also like photography you might like to check it out.