I’m trying to prevent sliding into a photographic rut again. By that, I mean that I’m trying to avoid those long periods of time (1, 2, 3 months) of not seriously photographing anything.
Last weekend I took a half-day trip out of town to photograph an old cemetery. It’s not my ideal type of photography, but I did enjoy it. I went with several other photo-buddies and also enjoyed the company and our discussions.
I then spent some quality time with a camera around my home. Within minutes of wandering around the backyard I found something really interesting: a 4-inch wide polyphemus moth hanging upside-down in the loquat tree.
I didn’t shoot any landscapes or the Milky Way. I didn’t get to travel anywhere that would be considered scenic, like the Big Bend. But I came away with photos that I like and had an enjoyable time doing it.
I just gotta keep doing it…