I hope this note finds you doing well and having a great week. Whether or not you celebrate Thanksgiving in your neck of woods, I’m thankful for your friendship and that you take the time to stop by and say hello.
I reach for the camera when the pen (or keyboard) isn’t working. My husband and I have often said that we prefer forever-captured memories to anything on video. My lap top is only a few months old and already it contains more than 2000 pictures. He recognizes my “photo face” and has often succumbed to incessant whining when I see something camera-worthy on the side of the road.
Today’s photos are exactly that (minus the whining). These images are of an old abandoned building on KS Highway 75 just South of the Nebraska border. I’ve looked at that old building during the hundred trips before and always thought I’d stop.
I finally did and just in time.
The building was torn down and gone by the next time I was there again a few weeks later. It just so happens that Tuesday’s WordPress 101 photography lesson was glass and these images fit within the theme even if that glass is a bit broken.
Thanks for stopping by the side of the road with me.
PS: I’ve mentioned before that I’ve decided to phase out my photography blog: Ps and Qs and migrate the photos over here. If I’m organized, it’ll be on Wednesday mornings. If I’m not organized, it’ll be when they happen. You know me well enough to know that it’s probably the latter. And, as always, I’m open to suggestions!
PSS: I finished the first draft of my novel this morning! Now, the REAL work begins. #editingsucks