This week the "things" I was looking for were: Winter (gee that shouldn't be too hard to find), Black and White w/Selective Coloring, The Wind, Framed, and Remember When...
Winter: Fessin' up, not a big fan of winter, but it comes along anyway. We've been lucky thus far, not much snow....just a pretty dusting one night last week, making for a beautiful country scene the next day.
BW w/Selective Coloring: The docks are pretty sparsely filled this time of year. I can't begin to imagine how cold it must be working on the water during the raw winter months. The "Charming Lady" looks rather peaceful and inviting...easy to say on the sunny days.
Framed: I found this cool orange chair in a Massachusetts police station. I loved the duplication caused by the large mirror. I've also been playing with my Photoshop "liquify" filter. Fun-kee.
What was I doing at the police station? Helping my father get back his car that was stolen right before Thanksgiving. Thanks to an observant woman who was able to connect with my father after finding his car keys on an exercise trail near her Arlington MA home, he now has his car back. Nothing like the help of a friendly stranger. My Dad sent her some fresh Maine lobster as a gesture of thanks.
The Wind: This one was so hard for me. Not only is the concept visually abstract, each time I was out and about thinking about wind this week, the air was unusually still. I finally reached back to a photo I took in late November of these seagulls taking off to ride the wind.
Remember When.....the thought of this guy made your insides tingle with excitement? Wow; that was so great.