I have been taking digital photos for well over 10 years and I don’t think I have deleted any of them. I have USB sticks, external drives, CD-ROMS, several clouds and memory cards on the go, all full of photos.
Photos of my life. Food, pets, kids, moments, silly things and everything in between. I don’t look at them, I store them so I have them one day. But does that day ever come? Jim Gaffigan does a bit in his standup about this and he is spot on. We are digital photo hoarders.
30 years ago, a photo was precious because it was actually work to take it. You only had so much film and the cost that went with it. So you wanted every photo to be amazing.
With the age of digital, one thing that many of us have left behind is actually displaying photos for people to actually seen. Not on a computer, a phone or even one of those silly digital picture frames. No, I mean printing it out, putting it in a frame and displaying it so that memory is part of your day.
I have thousands and thousands of photos that I would call good. But if you look around my house, you don’t see any. That’s just not fair to my talents for capturing the moment.
It’s time I get back into printing photos and being creative in how they are displayed out in the open.
It’s time to showcase an amazing photo how they did 50 years ago.
I have yet to see Max Mad Fury Road, but from all of the social messages I have read, it seems it can be referred to as a hit. Well a hit in terms of ultimate eye candy. I try not to read reviews but it’s hard not to take a look when everyone on your feed is going on about how jaw-dropping it is.
So since I can’t weigh in, I might as well have some fun with a photo I took of Charlie on the weekend.
Here is the photo. Charlie enjoying a quiet drive in the back alley. No big kids to mess with. No traffic jams going to the cottage. Just peace and quiet.
Now here is Charlie joining the Fury Road.
Have you seen the movie? Care to give a review in the comments? I hear you have to do it in ALL CAPS.
Good morning everyone. Clocks jumped ahead over the weekend and while it was tough to get out of bed, seeing the sun beaming through the trees like this on the walk to school is great. Spring is close.