After last weeks debacle, I decided that I would take some photo’s before work, and then take some again after work. That way I would have choices. Some in actual daylight, and some in fading light.
While it’s nice to capture life around our town, I know it’s not always possible.
Posed photo has their time and place, for me, I just want to capture moments, which is what this weeks photo is all about.
Our bathroom is messy and just has stuff. But that’s our life. This time next year this bathroom will be gone.
In the coming weeks, I will have to fool around with the Bluetooth remote, as I see a few time lapses happening in future because with the light fading quickly I won’t get many opportunities to capture in natural light.
Before I leave you, I thought I would go back to Tuesday #14, and let you know I discovered what the book is called.
While Miles was at swimming lessons I decided to head back to the moonlight reserve and just potter and get inspired. In a location, about 20 metres away was another part of the book, and there at the top of the page was the title “Seven Types of Ambiguity” by Elliot Perlman.
At 650 pages I don’t think I’ll be reading this book any time soon. I have enough books on my reading list, but at least I know it’s not an old book, but quite modern. Makes me wonder if it’s a literature book for the English class as the local high school.