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Photographic & Tech Musings by Jon Adams

Going Back

It’s that time of year again when we are transitioning from fall to winter. For me, it’s not one of the most picturesque seasons. I think of it as one of the eight seasons, this one being the almost winter season, soon we’ll have a short break from the road construction seasons and snow will fill in the potholes for a while. When the cold snowy blanket of winter sets in I seem to get out and photograph more.
While I’m inside a bit more, I have been trying to reorganize my photo libraries. I’ve recently been moving offices and no longer have a place at my work to store my artwork and life away from home, it’s been a bit of a challenge to organize my home office in such a way that it all will fit and I can still work. The other problem with reorganizing digital files is I’m so easily side tracked. Here I’ll show you my latest side tracking... I paused to look again at some Hawaii images. I found another one I really liked. Here it is.
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This image seems to have motion in it, also things are getting cold around here and it makes me feel warm, But the swirling circular feel of the sea water on the rocks is what caught my eye. The pale sky before the sunrise helps to keep the balance.
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