The Value of Good Intentions

I am thinking that my “Flea Bitten” posts might seem a bit odd.  The photo never has much to do with my work; and I never have much to say about the object in it.  So here is the back story.  I bought myself a camera about a year ago.  It was a giant leap from my old and well-loved SLR.  I didn’t choose simple.  And, as expected, the technology has been overwhelming, but I am tired of dancing around it.  That said, I am still very much at the bottom of the learning curve…

So as a bit of incentive to “just get on with it” and learn how to use the thing (practice making perfect and all of that), I decided to try to take an “artful” photo on a regular basis.  Hence, Flea Bitten, in which some old thing that caught my eye and ended up in my bag at the flea market or wherever else, gets a moment to shine (?) on my page.  I am working on it, anyway…

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