Good Morning from Mill Pond in Tecumseh, home of the Tecumseh Paddling Company.
I love the look of fog, but never breath the stuff anymore. Very bad for your lungs. Rule to follow is:
Never breath any air you can see!
I used to love the horror movies back in the day, usually foreign, that had lots of fog added for spooky effect. I cared more for the movie’s atmosphere than the dialog and certainly like shadows and fog much more that buckets of blood, which by the way I think is the name of a horror movie. The Fog was very eerie movie made in the 1980’s very well done. I believe they did a remake years later which I have never bothered to see. I have never seen a remake yet that I have remotely enjoyed. They muck them up with so much needless gore that it’s just a waste of time to those not of a serial killer nature.
Sometimes mildly bi-polar is not so bad. I’ve never been officially diagnosed as such but it runs in my family and my Doctor recently told me that it’s possible I may be “mildly” bi-polar because I’m a creative type and very sensitive. I’ve always been able to function normally, sort of, so this comment did not surprise me in any way. Not sure why all the labels they insist on giving everyone, but on to the challenge and that is I made blueberry muffins early this morning. Someone gave me a whole slew of frozen blueberries last week and I’m not going to let the go to waste! Besides, I have to make way in the freezer for ice cream cause summer’s comin’ fast! Thank God!
Sometimes it appears I become obsessive when taking photographs of various subjects, which is why digital is truly a blessing. I used up rolls of 35mm film years ago and it was quite expensive. I was playing with my macro lenses and want to share some of the over 100 shots I took this morning.
I couldn’t stop! Blueberries produce such fascinating hues and muffins are so textured! Enjoy my blueberry muffin art and try not to get hungry. There is a recipe at the bottom in case you want to try these.