We are supposed to get snow…major snow…blizzard-type weather in the next 24-36 hours. I am excited, pumped, knowing that I am “trapped” here tomorrow.
Yes, I have to do my 40-hour gig work, too, but there is something fun about having to stay in for the day. Something like getting trapped in the blanket fort, as it collapsed, as a kid. Not to downgrade the severity of what could happen with this storm. I might lose power, but I live close to a lot of medical facilities, including two hospitals. I am in one of the first grids that are restored.
Storms like this bring out the best in my photography, and I love to play in that medium on the day after a big one. Unfortunately, this year, it’s not happening on a Saturday, so I will have to work. But, here are some images from a storm two years ago…
But, there is something about hearing the wind through the Sumac that borders my apartment and knowing that I could lose power any minute that increases the need to get to the paint or photo or blog 🙂 , or maybe it is just Mother Nature.
A minimal take on a storm, “Through the Bars, (c)Daryl-Ann Dartt Hurst, 2013, digital photography
We’ll see how intense this one is-Nemo was a week-end storm so sorta fun. Iola could be a pain!
I follow my gut with what I should do creatively and when. But, I create, regardless. Let it snow.
I woke up today with a cold-a cold that has been harboring in my head and chest (more in my throat, than anywhere) for more than a week. But, I am not feeling poorly, just sniffly, and there a many images that I want to make or mat, and frame for upcoming shows.
Since I have released this crazy little bastard, I am having fun seeing where it will take me. Some of the images will be serious, and the imp(ulse) made me find my AMC maps because I needed a topo for “Respect”.
I can’t seem to enlarge this-but it is an homage to my mother earth, and respect when I hike her. My brother, the Northern Harrier is with me. The additional elements are mostly about topography maps.