This morning, I decided to take a little ride. So I left the loom, and headed out into the cold.
I drove a couple of miles behind the studio. It was cold, brutally cold.
Seems like we were just enjoying a rather warm, uneventful November, and the wind brought all this, with a vengeance. It is 18 degrees here today, but the weatherman says it feels like 6 degrees.
Even though it has seen better days, this is a gorgeous old barn.
I have been thinking again about holding onto anger and resentment, as opposed to letting it go. It is especially difficult, when as a family, you hold on to the resentment together.
Today, I questioned that again.
As I ventured further down the road, I caught sight of this.
I pulled over, and got out.
I saw him, and he saw me.
He decided to give me a show.
Can you imagine, I am snapping as fast as my fingers can go.
Don't think for a minute that I knew what I was doing. I was just trying to follow him, and as luck would have it, I had my zoon lens on.
At first I thought maybe I had frightened him, and he was trying to get away.
he came back.
Ah, there's that red tail.
I think someone is having a good time.
I left reluctantly, with my hands about frozen to my camera, and as I drove away, I thought wouldn't it be nice if resentment could glide away so smoothly.
I need to work on that one.
Back at the studio, my hands warmed up, and I took pictures of scarves to put on my web site. Just in time for Christmas!!! Click HERE go check them out.