Well, hello there! If you hadn’t noticed, I’ve been absent from here for a while. Not by plan; just, as it sometimes goes, by circumstances of life. Quite frankly, I’ve been behind ever since the sickness I alluded to in my last post, full recovery was slow because of also being pregnant, and then we decided to go on a last-minute family trip before baby arrives. Finding energy or time in the midst of all this for extra things like writing and photography has been a challenge.
But going on a trip to a different place has a way of pushing the reset button. It was an obvious and easy shove back into the habit of photography—so many new, different and wonderful things to frame and capture!—not to mention that the simplicity of life in a one-room cabin with only a small camp stove and a fire for cooking has a way of slowing me down enough so I can think again. I’m looking forward to sharing with you the photos and thoughts that came of this time away, but editing and writing takes time. So in the meantime, I thought I’d pop in with a few last-minute images of summer before fall overtakes us completely, and so you wouldn’t think I fell completely off the face of the planet!I’ll look forward to meeting you back here in a few days with a little virtual glimpse of some South Dakota beauty!
“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.” (Ecclesiastes 3:1)