10 thoughts on “Good Things to Come

  1. Interesting shot. I got a bit desperate for an indoor photo subject a few weeks ago and shot half a bulb of garlic with long shadows cast from late afternoon sun. (Great minds think alike πŸ™‚ ).

    1. Thank you, Vicki…from one great mind to another.πŸ™‚

      Two or three bulbs of garlic had been on the counter for a week or so. I kept noticing the pure white, papery skin. I finally got my camera and took them to the window…

      1. I photographed some garlic with my ‘last light’ project prior to covid, but I think the 3-4 shots I made a couple of weeks ago were actually better and more interesting (to me).
        Just found my original photo and it was Feb 2019. Gosh, that was a year earlier than I thought. Somehow, COVID seems to have taken away a year of my life. Anyway, the 2021 shots are much more interesting, although I’ve never uploaded them online. πŸ™‚

      2. when you mentioned it, I remember your ‘last light’ project but I didn’t specifically remember the garlic; I thought it was on your photography site so I went to take a look but couldn’t find it although I did see some of the others from that project.

        I have noticed that you haven’t posted recently and your nature blog has been removed. Have you moved to another platform or just “moved on” to other pursuits?

      3. I rarely have anything B & W to post these days (as, when I moved apartments 5 years ago, I no longer go to the city to do street photography). I deleted my nature blog as it was getting boring with no new images to post and no new nature walks (since my hip & spinal pain made walking too painful). I’m wishing I kept it now LOL. πŸ˜€ I currently have a ‘temporary’ blog at https://amomentintime992025389.wordpress.com. I’m up for more surgery in the near future, so my temporary (new) blog is just the occasional favourite quote paired with an image from my archives. My total hip replacement last December is still problematic too, so mostly, its just too painful to do anything much

      4. Ah! I understand about your nature blog…I had another blog for several years that, well, I lost my focus. I made it private rather than deleting it.

        I’m sorry to hear you are still having so much pain. Hope the upcoming surgery helps with that. Take care, Vicki.

  2. I’m so behind, sorry. This is just gorgeous. The trouble with leaving several comments in one sitting is that all your work is beautiful and I feel like I’m getting repetitious. πŸ˜‰ Anyway, I love the quality of the light here. You do simplicity so well.

    1. Thank you, Lynn. No deadlines here…I appreciate each of your comments. {My “Thank you.”s are pretty repetitious but each one is sincere πŸ™‚}

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