I went out walking this afternoon for something different to photograph, and found a couple of great spots for self-portraits (which I haven’t done in ages…), and possibly my wedding venue 🙂
Finally something other than things around my house! My friend Mitch saved me from such a photo tonight by inviting me on an adventure to the high bridge just outside of Lexington. And man was it an adventure. I hate heights, I get very freaked out by them. And here we were, walking down an old railroad bridge (that we weren’t sure if it was still in use or safe to walk on), that used to be the highest in the country. I was shaking as we walked. Of course I was distracted by the MILLIONS of spider webs that I had to walk through. I had them all trailing off of me because I couldn’t get them off. It looked like I had streamers.
More to come at some point I am sure.
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I thought and thought and thought about a title, but all I could think of was lame, one word titles which I hated. So, for now, it is untitled.
I took this a bit go, it was for my self-portrait studio shoot. It doesn’t really work for my project any more though. I was still using lighting at this point, there was one Dyna light to the left of the camera, at around a 45 degree angle I believe (I cannot remember exactly).
I have really been failing at keeping up with my 365 lately. Yesterday was not such a good day at all, and taking a photo just completely slipped my mind. So I took two today to make up for it. I was driving my friend Whitney home from work and drove past this abandoned…something. It looked like something to do with the railroad next to it but I really have no clue.
It snowed a couple of inches last night, and then rained this morning, so all the snow turned into a heavy slush. Now tonight it is freezing and becoming solid sheets of ice. On the plus side, public schools were cancelled, as was my class tonight, and so I had the day completely free. I managed to catch up on some cleaning and was able to take a picture before ten o’clock at night!