A collection of distilled sarcastic wisdom, numerous photographs, discussions of books and stuff to learn and more stuff to think about from a retired economics professor turned blogger and photographer.
I have taken thousands of photos of the Wasatch Mountains and Mt. Timpanogos in the South Salt Lake UT Valley and every one of them is a little bit different, and many are quite different, with a new perspective and another look.
I have taken thousands of photos of these mountains, but I am always excited to see what the next photo looks like. Mountains, like flowers and like almost everything else we photograph, have many faces, many looks. Wait for the light to change, the snow to fall, the rainbow to come, the summer rain to turn the mountainsides green, the autumn frost to turn the aspen to bright yellow and the scrub oak to red and brown. Then take a hundred or more new photographs of something you have just discovered and realize you are always seeing something new and previously unseen or undiscovered.
I took a lot of photos during the summer and fall of 2014 but edited and developed very few of them. The summer of 2014 was the summer of recovery from vertigo and I just didn't feel good enough to sit at the computer to fix up the photos and post them. Now I have hundreds and hundreds of photos to sort through, deleting many, and looking for a few hidden gems.