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I’m not especially religious, but I do always love the detail and craftsmanship of old religious things. From the music (J.S. Bach, Handel, Beethoven come immediately to mind) to the building architecture to the individual items like this altar, the best work was often reserved for the church. So while I may not share the religious views, I can definitely appreciate the work.
One is the loneliest number, they say. This singular wagon didn’t seem so lonely, it just looked like it wanted to be photographed…
Today is Day 93 of my Project 365. That’s just over the quarter mark. 25% of the way home, so to speak. Why do I bring this up? Because it’s somewhat of a milestone. A small one, to be sure, but a milestone nonetheless. When I started this project, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Three hundred and sixty-five days is a long time. But here I am, still going. I’ve learned a lot about photography, about the art of turning a simple photograph into something enjoyable to look at.
That’s what it’s all about, in the end. Doing something enjoyable. Maybe you’re in a job, with a company, or performing a task that’s something less than your ideal. You’ve got to make sure you find something enjoyable, though. Maybe it’s not work. Maybe you’ve got a hobby. Regardless of the specifics, make sure you’re doing something that you find enjoyable. It’ll make the rest of your life so much better. : )