I am thinking that I shouldn't be so tired this morning. Do you ever do that? Completely discount how you actually feel with what you think you should feel? Crazy, right?
Oh wait-- best I not use that word-- hmm, how about peculiar-- yes, much better.
I keep thinking that the 'wake-up light' will go on and yet, I've taken the dogs to the park, had water, had coffee, had blueberries with yogurt and almond butter toast, downloaded the photos that I snapped late yesterday evening and here it is going on 8:15 am-- I'm about to tuck into my writing routine and damn if my 'wake-up light' doesn't appear to be broken.
Maybe it's cause I am looking at all these photos of the sun going down--- is my head that weak? (rhetorical! rhetorical! do not answer the question!)
So the two shots above were taken within in moments of each other and I cannot tell you why one is dark and one is light--- I get emails every once in a while asking me questions about my lenses or other photographically technical information and I reply with a Scooby-Do, "huh?"
In fact, that should probably be my ring tone.
I point, I shoot. The fact that I have a sophisticated piece of equipment in my hands with many a button and knob bursting with computer chipped power is wasted on me, alas. I point, I shoot-- I am totally grateful for the technology that I am using, but grateful in that sweetly oblivious way I am grateful for the sun-- I don't know how it works, I just like a lot of it on my face.
Here's hoping your 'wake-up light' is bright and shiny this morning and spinning like a disco ball!