I criticize the internet and social media a lot. And for good reason. It's making most of us unhappy, and it's killing our attention spans and ability to think about things deeper than tweet level.
But it's not all bad. I got back in touch with a friend today who's doing some really creative work in Ecuador. The interwebs also let me read Jason's writing, hear about TB's adventures with Lily, see Ray's photos, see Troy's videos from his mountain town home, and catch up with my mom.
The trick is cutting out all the garbage. That's hard to do. There's a reason that the tech companies are making gazillions off of us.
Just some very early morning thoughts. And here are some photos from recent walks. Just playing around. I shot all (or most) of these on a Fujifilm X-T2 with a 27mm pancake lens. I'm not that interested in discussing gear in depth, but I do like talking about cameras. That makes for a nifty little set up. I like that it's not too sharp.