Wednesday, October 25, 2006
So Sunday I spent a little time in my car in the country in the rain. With my camera.
Two years ago I was on my way to school on a foggy morning, driving down this road when I saw this same mailbox glorified. There were beams of sunlight coming through the fog and lighting it up as if it was visited by an angelic mailman.
Here is that photo:
Sunday, October 22, 2006
Fall is so beautiful, but so transcient.
And when this goes, I might as well just shoot black and white.
Tuesday, October 17, 2006
Two days earlier, on Thursday, I had renewed my driver's license. I flunked the without-glasses eye test, so the lady at the secretary of State's office ruthlessly, unhesitatingly, and without an ounce of pity, remorse or guilt about her actions, changed my license from "no restrictions" to "corrective lenses".
So now I can't drive. My sixteen-year-old son is chaffeuring me around like a blind grandmother until my new glasses arrive.
Getting old is hell.