I cranked at the desk all day yesterday, with thoughts of horse barns, dressage, and the smell of leather and horse sweat. So when the clock clicked over, I headed back out to the fair. This time, I dined upon a huge, greasy hamburger loaded with everything but onions, and a big bag of cotton candy. Yum. I ate the whole thing.
The derby was great, and my cousin’s car stayed alive a lot longer this time. -grin-
The sky was beautiful for pictures at twilight, and I got a few. I dropped one into yesterday’s post, but it and the one here with the chickens and Faris wheel were both taken the same night. I like the one with the chickens and wheel. It sort of captures both widely diverse sides that somehow make a harmonious whole. If I couldn’t be a writer, or a potter, or a sailor, I’d be a photographer. As it is, I just play with it using my cheap camera. -laugh-
I know the lighting is off, but I’m really happy with the balance. Three bright circles in the upper left, (the sky), balancing the straight lines and structure in the lower right. (the ground) The eye just travels, and that’s what I was aiming for. Sky=circles and infinity, ground=structure with clear beginnings and endings. And chickens. Don’t forget the chickens.