Current Residence: Somewhere in the middle Favourite genre of music: Industrial Favourite photographer: Salemburn Favourite style of art: Surreal and landscape Operating System: Windows (baaa) MP3 player of choice: Ipod (again, baaa) Favourite cartoon character: Jason in Foxtrot
Favourite Visual Artist
Van Gogh, Salvador Dali
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
So many to chose from
Tools of the Trade
Point and shoot camera and MS Digital Image suite, that's it for now
Medieval history, archery, computers, religions, people
As I get oriented to my new home here in Wisconsin I am slowly beginning to take more pictures, and will slowly add them. It has been a long but very good transition. Thank goodness for DA to keep providing me inspiration. I'm hoping to get out some more this weekend to explore and take pictures. There are so many beautiful places here I'm not sure where to start. A little bit of traveling will help.
I do miss all the folks back in Iowa.
I feel inclined to update my journal since I've finally updated a few pictures, but creativity escapes me at the moment. However, I am privileged to be a part of DA where inspiration abounds. I also get weekly emails from the Digital Photography School who has an article of "53 Weekly Themes for Your 2011" to help with inspiration. http://www.digital-photography-school.com/53-weekly-themes-for-your-2011-project-365
Next week, beginning the 23rd, the theme is Temptation. So I thought I'd feature a few choice morsels from around DA on this theme. Perhaps I too will now be tempted to go build upon this theme, and others to come.
Here I sit on the last day of the year, wondering how to spend the day in my new home, in my new town.
I am surrounded by boxes and possessions mostly serving as placeholders while we figure out where their permanent homes should be. At the moment I am unmotivated make decisions of this magnitude. Larry just informed me that there was a lonely nap out there somewhere that needed company and he has gone to find it. I'm entertaining the idea of finding one myself. Then again, that requires a change in direction and my inertia has me playing on the computer.
I edited a picture this morning - the first in a very long time. I've never used Adobe