I don’t know about you, but when I need to reach into my photo archives like I did last week, I have a tendency to get lost. The problem is that I take far too many photos. And while I try to keep up with them by deleting the obviously bad ones and loads of mediocre ones right after I upload them,
I always have a backlog.
When I had my knee replaced last October, I thought I would be able to sit around for a while and really weed out more photos but I had no idea that I would have no attention span post-op for about two months and I surely didn’t realize that sitting for any length of time would get really uncomfortable.
So I never got to all those photos.
Well, last week when I was searching around for my ten best shots for my Art Guild night, I got ensnared by the beautiful Charleston, South Carolina. Greg and I visited there a year ago January and I was too busy around that time to really look at what I brought back digitally. So the other day I just got stuck. Here are a few photos pulled from my archives of some doors and windows from Charleston, South Carolina.
|I have no idea why there was a red dot on this building.|