Sunday, January 21, 2018
A walk in the park
I went for a walk yesterday in Delaware Park and I could not stop taking pictures.
The colors were just so beautiful!
I took the picture up above, I think, on my way home. But before that I took other pictures.
The one is slightly different from the one up above. I think it was taken a few minutes earlier.
Then there is this.
Such exquisite pictures! I am sorry, I am not being a big ego. Taking pictures like that is stupid easy these days. You just aim your phone in the general direction and hit the shutter, or whatever it is they call it now.
It is almost a pain because you feel obliged to take pictures wherever you go. Pennario told me that back in the day when he made concert tours all over the world he did not bother. He said, "Because the pictures in my head were so much better than any pictures I would have taken." Which, I totally understand that.
But now that we have these darned phones, you cannot help it.
You have to take pictures!
So you are skiing, or whatever, and all of a sudden you have to stop and fish in your pocket for your phone and take a picture. Well, I have to fish in my pocket. Other people probably have their phones more accessible. Whatever, it is a pain.
Until you see the pictures. I have to say this, I am looking at that sunset picture and I like it.
I am a camera!