It would appear that I am always apologizing for my lack of regular blog entries. It is amazing how fast time goes by these days. Between my regular job, freelance photography work, and yes, getting out in the field to shoot; the blog always gets pushed onto the backburner. That said, I'm usually behind in cataloging my digital images too. Just this past weekend, I finally got caught up on 2,000 images shot over the past month. I'm very thankful for digital photography and computer software. If I were still shooting film, I can't imagine how far behind I'd be in editing, labeling, and cataloging 35mm slides. It would not be a pretty sight. To add insult to injury, I've just barely scratched the surface in regard to learning all there is to my Nikon D7200.
No matter how behind I may be or limited in time, my eyes are always on the lookout for potential images. Case in point, this image was taken when I drove my wife to her doctor's appointment. It was about 1400 in the afternoon, the light was harsh, but the light was just right in regard to a lighting fixture in front of the parking slip I pulled in. Although I didn't have my camera with me, I took numerous images using my iPhone 5. Since the image was pretty monochrome, I converted it to black and white using Nik's Silver Efex Pro and made some minor adjustments. You just never know where the next image will present itself.