“At night I’d sing a song about the way life used to be. It would be such a sad song it would make the grownups nod and the children cry. But I’d sing it every night so that no one would ever confuse nostalgia with wanting to return.” – quoted from Stone Butch Blues, written by Leslie Feinberg
I’ve been spending relatively very little time with my camera the past 6 months or so. Once I started working one, then two jobs, my hobby got away from me. Summer was never my passion when it comes to photos, though. Too many bugs and ticks! Fall really just got away from me. It was the busiest autumn I’ve had in a while, and the season flew by. We also moved in October and had a lot of visitors to our new place. Very exciting, wonderful stuff, but now I’m thinking it’s about time I spend some more time reviving my love for photography. I’ve been pining over new cameras, but won’t be able to afford a new DSLR or any lenses anytime soon. I’m trying out a new photo processing software instead as a way to re-ignite some energy into things. Expect some more activity and changes around here coming up.
The photos above were from last Friday morning. We got our first snow of the season and I wandered around the sparkling woods that surround our new home.