Yesterday I didn’t have any lunch meetings or anyone to go to lunch with so I did what I haven’t done in a long time. Grabbed a quick meal and then went wandering through the countryside with my camera.
I have three images for you today.
Not the golden hour, “obviously” but still I’m happy with these landscape images.
This is not my replacement tree, I’m still looking for that but I did like the way this guy looked sitting on the hillside.
Enjoy your day and be careful.
WordPress®, the blog service I use, decided some months ago to make us use a new editor (although there was nothing wrong with the old editor.) During the last few months (slowly leading us down the path) you could click a button and revert back to the old editor. It would last a few days and then the new editor would appear. Click the button and revert and then the new editor would appear again. See the pattern?
Well Monday the button and as far as I can tell the ability to change back to the old editor is gone. Hate is a strong word and I don’t use it often but I will say that I hate this new editor. I have from the moment they first tried to force it on me.
Now those who know me know that I embrace change. I love change, I seek out change, not for the sake of change, but for the betterment of people, processes, whatever. I have yet to find how this change offers anything better for the blogger and for that matter makes it harder and more cumbersome to create. End of rant!
Took some of my standard images on the way home last night. Interesting sky and clouds so I found some old friends to photograph including my favorite tree.
My favorite windmill. Whenever I have an interesting sky and if I have the time I will seek out this old windmill. It sets up on a hill and I have to shoot up to capture it, thus I’m able to showcase the sky.
Enough of my babble for one day. I had a good day yesterday health wise. Although occasionally unsteady on my feet I was able to get though the day without any physical discomfort. That’s a big deal of late! 🙂
Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy your day and be careful.