photograph every day.
One can’t predict the weather more than a few days in advance.
It certainly hasn’t been boring and the saying of if you don’t like the weather, wait a minute has never been more true.
We have been pummeled with snow, not measured in inches, but in feet. Then, just for a little variety, with the temperature measuring 26 degrees it’s raining! How does that happen?
I’ve been one busy photographer lately; shifting gears constantly and balancing all of my favorite subject matter.
I’ve been volunteering at our local shelter catching wonderful moments with the dogs there. It has been fun and gratifying at the same time.
The skies have been at their best and after spotting and photographing a multiple halo event, renowned physicist Les Cowley of atoptics expressed his interest in writing about my images. I don’t think that I’ve ever had such an honor and I am thrilled that my images will be part of his extraordinary site.
Switch gears from plowing snow to freezing rain, beautiful and treacherous.
I’ve said this before but it bears repeating.
Photograph every day, get familiar with each function available in your camera.
Then when these moments present themselves you will know how to shoot them.
Open yourself up to opportunities and I promise they will come.