"Patience walks the steady tread.
Faith, with uplifted eyes.
But hope, tiptoeing on ahead,
Sees first the sun arise." -Isla Paschal Richardson
Today I was going through all my old photos trying to get rid of the ones that are out of focus, do not have good composition, and those I just do not like. They are taking up a lot of room on my computer. So much so that my back-up with Carbonite is so far behind that if I had a computer crash, a lot of my photos would be lost. I do have them all on an external hard drive, but that is getting pretty full as well. It is time to toss. As I was doing so, I got side tracked. I have been taking a class by Kim Klassen, and photo artistry as well. Both make pictures come alive with textures. So here is the result of my getting side-tracked.
|This man was walking the tracks by our Ice House. I asked if I could take a picture of him, and he stopped for about 3 seconds. I think he may be homeless, but he is home to all these little dogs.|
|These are tanks a few streets down from the Ice House. I caught them just as the sun was going down, hence the golden hue.|
|Fun at the railroad tracks. Look down the left rail and see the brother sitting and waiting.|