When I started this blog I was just jumping into the wild blogosphere that everyone was enamored with at the time. I had very little worth saying... although, I sure tried to sound intelligent on my blog. I talked of politics. I talked about theology. I talked... and talked... and talked... and bored my readers almost to death.
And lost my readers.
But I’m not really a writeras much as I enjoy writing. I am a designer. But far more importantly, I am a photographer. So I am making a change in my blog, and I hope it will result in more people enjoying it. But if not, that’s okay. I will enjoy it.
As of today, my blog will be primarily a photography blog, because that is what I love. I hope other can find enjoyment and encouragement from my photography.
Today’s picture features a young woman I have never met, but who caught my interest on a recent visit to Historic Williamsburg. She was sitting on the ground waiting for an upcoming “infotainment” production. I think she was looking for a friend who was due to show up and watch the show with her. I loved the way her modern appearance contrasted with the almost 300-year-old surroundings. Even the pebbling on the road shows that contrast.
So today’s picture is from the only place I have donated to for my whole adult lifethe Historical Williamsburg Foundation.
Canon EOS 7D, EF28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM lens
135mm focal length
ISO 200, 1/400th @ f/9.0