I went to bed at about 11:30 last night and was awakened at 4:00 this morning by a husband with a rumbling stomach. After tending to him, I began cleaning here and there around the house. It is now almost 11:00 pm, and I am still awake! (miserably tired, but so wound up after watching the Sabres win a sit-on-the-edge-of-your-seat game this evening!)
Our weather was quite the talk today, with snow flurries blowing throughtout the entire day! I fiddled around with the Nikon for a bit, playing with some of the various editing capabilities.
I have thought about “collecting” photos of old barns and churches for some time, and I played with one of the barn photos I really like.
After trying cyan, sepia, and black and white, I settled on the sepia in a dark tone, as it just felt the best! I guess the stripe going up the center of the road and the “curve” sign are a bit contradictory to the “old-fashioned” feeling being portrayed. I could just tell everyone it is a study in contrasts!
Because of the bitter, blustery winds with driven rain and snow showers, the birds were feeeding continuously at the feeder all day. I have no idea what the speed was of the wind, but when I opened the door to step outside, the sound was similar to a freight train moving down the tracks!
I caught this tiny woodpecker clinging to the tree…no, my vision hasn’t gone bad, the bird was moving much faster than my camera could keep up!
The weather forecast calls for a slight accumulation of snow by tomorrow morning. We shall see!