Black and White at Gold

To say I’m behind would be an understatement.

As the Red Queen would say,

My dear, here we must run as fast as we can, just to 
stay in place. And if you wish to go anywhere you 
must run twice as fast as that.

The week began innocently enough with a decent Monday, as far as Mondays are concerned, but it had all gone downhill by Tuesday afternoon. I was behind in Photography 101, behind in my online college class, behind in grading and lesson planning, and students’ science and history projects were due.

Today I played catch-up, rising before the sun on a Saturday – my one day to sleep in – to take advantage of the Golden Hour at sunrise. OK, that isn’t entirely honest. The Wife headed out of town to a business conference and needed to meet her carpool. I simply stayed up instead of going back to bed. Hey, whatever works, right?

I wandered downtown for three hours, taking pictures and killing time until the library opened so I could use the free wifi – and make another dent in my TBR.

My online class completed, I tackled the morning’s photographs.

Check them out in the galleries below!

Monochrome Architecture

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I hope you enjoyed vicariously reliving my morning; for me it was time well-spent!


6 thoughts on “Black and White at Gold

  1. The Red Queen is so right. (and with nicer weather ahead, so much more interesting things to do outside…leaving stuff to pile up.
    The landscape shot with the tall grass in the foreground has a log of depth – and the one just before it with the lake reflection has good placement with the tree heights leading your eye in – rough textures contrasting with the soft fluid sky.
    The monochromatic rough brick with the plaster overlay is also a good catch. Nicely done

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