A bit after 0500 on Tuesday morning and the moon shone through my bedroom window, beckoning to get my lazy ass out of bed, make the coffee, and let the dog out.
As it rained all weekend, my only work with the camera was in the studio downstairs. Getting more comfortable with getting exposure correct under lights with the SX-70, which is good, as the film is expensive. Next big chore is to clean up all the wood chips and branches from the wood cutting, which will be a few weekends in the making. The gardens are showing and I have the seeds ready to start indoors for both Mexican Sunflower (Tithonia Torch), a seven foot beauty and regular sunflowers for the new vegetable garden that will be made next month. I have learned not to rush things in the Spring here in terms of planting, as late season frost will require hours of covering and uncovering.
"Every woman that finally figured out her worth, has picked up her suitcases of pride and boarded a flight to freedom, which landed in the valley of change." Shannon L. Alder