I cannot believe it is October! It is a month into the school year and I am really getting to know and love my class. However, I have yet to figure out the elusive balance between giving my all to my work and giving my all to my life. One little thing I do is continue to take, edit and share pictures. It really is one of the things that do for me and it gives me such a sense of peace. As I mentioned, on Friday I left work and went to take pictures at Clark Lake Park. One of the things I was looking for was the color Periwinkle, which happens to be the color for Project 64. I found it in the sky after the sun at set over the lake. I had planned to edit it but I really like it SOOC so I think I am going to leave it that way except for a conversion from RAW to JPG. My goal for the rest of this school year is to continue to take pictures like this and enjoy moments where I don't stress about the 10 things I didn't get done or those students I want to do more for. I am hoping that in the end that will make me a better teacher and a better photographer.
Thank you for reading!
Settings: ISO 200, 46mm, ss1/60, f/10 (full manual on tripod)
There are no signposts in the sky to show a man has passed that way before. There are no channels marked. The flier breaks each second into new uncharted seas. - Anne Morrow Lindbergh
Linking up with Project 64 and Sunday Snapshot. Check out where others spied Periwinkle and the moments others want to remember this Sunday!