Palisades in Cimarron Canyon
Originally the concept of the photographers who began the 365 Day challenge was to take a photo each day. I probably mostly do that. But they are not all winners so do not find up as the photo I post for that day. And then you have days that are golden like October 20, 2014 which is a photographic folder which in itself represents several days of photography. October 20 is just the day I got home and uploaded the digital images to the computer. It contained more than 200 photographs.
That is hard to post process all at once so I changed my 365 Day Challenge rules a couple years back to include photos I got around to a lot later. But almost a year is quite a lot later.
Palisades in Black and white
If you go out with your camera and capture ten possible gems a whole week of posts might be that one day. Just those the top of those ten photos. Rather like the Republican Fox news debates. I took only three pictures walking around the local lake because I was walking Magique and talking to Polly. So two of the three are posted next.
Then it dawned me I was getting dull. I post processed an over looked photograph from the week I went to Cimarron. And then in my culling process I found two I had ignored among a huge file like I said before. Actually three because one leads off this next week. It sits there with a couple others waiting to be debuted. The others are from the very next folder in sequence. One of those epic trips to an urban landscape. I love doing buildings. Especially old buildings.
I also really like doors and windows. Especially old doors and windows. Windows next week.
Ranchos de Taos
Abandoned fire station