Author: Jake |
April 9, 2012 |
#21 is an expensive mess, that's shame
I believe this was at Road America a few years ago. Hope to see most of them rebuilt this year at the vintage races.
I can see no way that #1 could possibly end badly
<img src="http://www.fitnessfoodlist.com/news/dailynews/fun.jpg">#25, This car nice, you can also swim in the sea sunbathing<img src="http://www.fitnessfoodlist.com/news/dailynews/funl.jpg">
#38 Find Her!
#8 You are a sexy little minx!
#4 Shopped. Badly.
#21 makes me want to cry…
#36 Nitro Circus FTW
#40 that is one bad Bee
Joanna,Very good timing. In the past sarevel months I’ve started using photos in my rambling posts. But I knew I needed to get my act together and get a bit more serious.So I’m now in the beginning stages of ramping up my photography. You see, even though I worked as a photographer years ago, when digitals came out and I switched to design, I started sliding. Now I’m back with a DSLR the Kiss.Learning how to edit digital photos can be a part of the craft. The Adobe Photoshop CS3 Book for Digital Photographers’ is on the way via amazon.com (I’ll let you how it reads if you like).As usual, I’ve collected a ton of photography links but I won’t load you down with them here 1) Does photography influence the way that you write? (Or vice versa )Now that you mention it, yes it does. When I wrote my Brandy Morning post I wrapped it around the scene I took going up the hill. That very same hill.2) Do you see photography featuring in your writing or blogging plans in the future?Absolutely. And even more so now you’ve created this post. I intended on using photography on a regular basis, but I hadn’t put it into words. Not really. It was just floating out there somewhere. I bought the camera. Ordered the book. Started making my moves. Now I need to wade through the manual 3) Do you think there’s a relationship between taking photos and realising the power of your words?I’m not not sure if I understand the question exactly as I came up with two answers.Beautiful photo btw. At first glance it reminded me of the characters in London who freeze in place.
theTHROTTLE on Facebook