Some of my favorite photographers and bands are from Seattle. I was blessed with a rain-free experience.
New blog style.
5,000 feet up in the air.
Life appears differently when you view the world from 5,000 feet up in the air. You don’t think about the phone bill that’s coming up, the rising price of gas or the exhaustion of work.
5,000 feet up in the air you think of life; from a different perspective.
Once in a while, I get stuck in a rut and only see things in a very narrow perspective. It’s hard to get out of even after I’ve identified the symptom.
I’ve yet to identify the problem.
It’s been a very odd winter.
The last couple weeks have been unusually warm. Our winter temperature here in California has not been lower than 60 and is usually around 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit. Amazing!
Out of the blues, yesterday we get a dip in temperature. The chill winds and rain combined with the lower temperature resulted in a hail storm. An army of solidified precipitation banged on my bedroom window as I clicked away on some photo edits.
I decided to work on a picture to remind me of the warmer days.
A hike at Griffith Park in Los Angeles, CA.
Trying different edits. Which do you prefer?