I’ve decided that (for me at least) the ten photo format isn’t really working out. Although I’m sure I’ve lost what few viewers I had by going on an unannounced, multi-month posting hiatus, if anyone is still listening here’s the plan:
After looking through the photosets here so far, I have determined that not only does the “one day, ten photos” format make posts less frequent, but it also results in a lot of filler, with a scant few worthwhile photos in the middle. My life is no more interesting than yours, so photos simply of “what I did today” aren’t worth posting—this was not conceived as a photo diary, but as something aesthetically worth looking at. As such, from here on out I’ll be only posting photos which are artistically or photographically worth looking at. Posts will generally contain fewer than ten photos, and I will be abandoning the narrative format (unless it is logical in the context of the photos themselves).
That said, enjoy a few photos I took, none of which tell any particular story:
6/18 8.27pm Sunset @ Coors Field
Got my camera back, took a few more photos. Not sure if doing more than one day in ten photos is cheating, but it’s my blog so we’re playing by my rules. Here we go:
4.48pm 4/24 Rockies double-header. 1 $12 ticket = 6 consecutive hours of baseball.
So, yesterday I accidentally left my camera at a friend’s house (after not really taking many photos over the weekend anyway). What could I have possibly missed?
-A great view of the mountains on the way into Boulder from Denver this morning (from a car, not the bus).
-Cherry Creek flooding over the bike path at Speer and Arapahoe. The water was nearly deep enough to get my feet wet on the pedals of my bike.
-First sighting of a B-cycle (bikeshare bike) “in the wild,” ridden by a confused cyclist having difficulty fording the flooded Cherry Creek.
Expect a “Four days of slacking at taking and posting photos in ten photos” post this evening or tomorrow, depending on when I get my camera back.
Until then…always bring your camera.