A Cautionary Tale, again


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Oct 11, 2010
Northeastern Tuscany
So here I am, sitting in my little corner with a warm cup and with a little story to tell, which for your patience I'll cut short -
don't, don't, dont' spend too many months leaving unprocessed pics behind your mind, and in the end accepting to do a quick pro bono gig with the results to be ready in a day for the real artists to work on..

So I was at 2AM last Saturday discovering I still had all the Angkor stuff to sort, the Thailand pics all to meet their fate, and plenty of family winter pics before me - plus 2000 just-now-shot postage stamps from the show. Coffee is definitely needed.

Fast forward to Sunday afternoon, after some radical pruning which showed me why serious photographers use those large pipes, and that you can do it with the little 45mm f/1,8 if you really want and can put some leg work into it till it's done. So I just go on and process all the rest until it rests, and me too, waking only to find myself deep into server issues at work and humans, too.


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That's why di alfrjw, su Flickr

There's many more out there.


Administrator Emeritus
Jul 7, 2010
betwixt and between
Me, too!

I've been way out of touch with everyone's work of late.:redface:

Alf, I always love your stories along with your photos.
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