These images are from my commute home Friday evening. It was a nice soft light and I found a never traveled road (by me that is) so there were lots of new things to see.
I actually was, for a time, lost in the relative sense and thought I might have to turn on my navigation system to figure out where I was but finally came to a main road so all ended well. 🙂
I think when I retire I may just drive around the countryside and shoot old farm structures. I love the looks of them and to me they are very interesting. They mirror life, in that at one time they were new and purposeful and now the passage of time has taken its toll on them. Perhaps their original purpose is no longer needed. Some have been abandoned while others have been relegated to a different less meaningful purpose. All seem to be waiting for their inevitable fate of final demise.
We had a great dinner last night with Angie, Ben, Josh, Gabby, and Mark at a nice restaurant downtown. I’ve eaten there several times before and for the first time we had a very good server who was attentive to our needs and got everything correct. It makes dinning out so much more enjoyable when you have a server who actually seems to like their job. I tipped him well and told him he had done a great job.
That’s it for today. I hope you enjoy your Sunday. We’re expecting another (hopefully short) round with Winter today. I’m getting anxious to start photographing flowers and other Spring related things.
Thanks for stopping by. Be careful.