I spent part of this week going through all the photos I’ve uploaded from my camera to my computer; deciding which ones to keep and which ones to toss into my recycle bin and then delete.
I’m sure you all know how easy it is to start collecting picture after picture, swearing you’re going to eventually use them one day, but never do. And then before you know it, you have HUNDREDS of photographs on your computer which slow it down.
I’m one of those anal retentive people who is always freeing up disk space and defragmenting my hard drive because I like my computer to run smooth and fast.
And just for the record, I’m also anal retentive when it comes to deleting emails because I can’t stand seeing my mail box FULL of emails. If there’s more than three sitting in my box, I get claustrophobic. Yet, I once had a friend who saved every single email she ever got, dating back to 3000 BC. The first time she showed me her email box I broke out in hives and hyperventilated.
I don’t like clutter of any kind. I feel better if things are tidy and spacious.
Today, I would like to share some of the photographs I decided to keep, which are from this past spring and summer.
There is no particular theme to these photos, just a hodgepodge of images.
This photo reminds me of a sidewalk café in Europe
The Drake Apartment Building
Moriarty’s: an Irish pub
Buddha Amongst River Rocks
Hot Air Balloon
Busy Being Bees
Woody’s: the perfect name for a male GAY bar, isn’t it?
Wishing you a WOODY weekend everyone!