|Day 57 - Full Studio|
With the Nikon D3200 at the repair facility for Nikon, and busy working on paintings destined for The Old Pass Gallery in Raton a lot of my photography lately has gotten shoved off to the side. Biggest photo shoot this week was Trinidad after I dropped off these paintings in Raton. So far nobody has ever visited my studio when it is in this type of total chaos but that is not unwelcome.
Reflections of Trinidad
As soon as the paintings went to Raton I began going through my photographs to pick entries for the Ralph R. Solano Memorial Photography Exhibit in April. So it went from a mess in my studio to a mess in my computer corner. BTW, Day 58 above, is one of the photos I picked to be printed on metallic paper to be matted and framed for entry.
Umbrella on Main
And when I sent Day 58 off to the printer I had not yet post processed Day 60 or it might have gone along instead of one of the other three I sent.
Umbrella in the window
I love umbrellas and reflections and windows. I could looking back through my photographs mount a small exhibition on each. What surprises me are the number of umbrellas.
Yes, the day numbers are out of sync because I wanted to place the photographs by subject. This is one of the photos I took off the beaten track in Trinidad. And yes, another reflection.
Will end this week's review with Day 59 which I took before departing to Raton and Trinidad. It just seemed so out of place with the week's activities.