Tom probably thinks so. But this is a cool picture, isn't it? Do you notice the close-up reflection of my face surrounding the door that's framing a reflection of my body? I wish I could say I planned it that way, but this is just one of the things I love about photography: I often see something in the photograph I didn't notice with just my eyes.
This is what I look like most of the time now - a camera glued to my face, or at least hanging from my neck or tucked into my already-too-heavy purse. When I'm not on the computer, that is.
I realize I'm already stretched for time and everyone is tired of hearing me complain about the lack of it for all of my projects (including writing a book!) and that I can never get enough sleep because I have too much to do and how I'm always falling behind on my dozens of lists, but I've acquired this photography addiction and had to do something with it.
I joined several groups on Flickr, and that's been fun. I've learned a lot and met some great people/photographers. But unless I upgrade (translation: $$$$), I can only upload a certain number of photos there; besides, I hate to shove too many photos in my contacts' faces.
So I started another blog, Long Hollow Photography. The logical thing to do for a blogger, right?
Yeah, I know. I'm crazy. But as far as addictions go, you have to admit it's one of the better ones. (Right Tom?)
Long Hollow Photography (clever title, don't you think?) is just a place to stash my random photographs, perhaps write about photography or share links to photography sites. So if you're interested in photography, perhaps you'll like it. And feel free to send me info or links you come across, or give me tips. I'm a photographer-in-progress, that's for sure, eager to learn more and more.
You don't take a photograph. You ask, quietly, to borrow it. ~ Author Unknown