It’s September and I’ve got a couple of things to discuss: 1. What photo is deemed photo worthy? 2. Why suffer if you can enjoy it?
“It’s interesting what is considered photo worthy, especially in terms of being posted online.” This was a comment under a recent door post of mine and even though the commentator didn’t mean anything by it, I’m sure, least of all to offend, it surely made me giggle inside: Well, my blog is certainly not the best to try to answer this question. I post what I damn well please and don’t need to consult any blogging gods or paying public (luckily!).
In other news, yes, it’s September, and this means it’s time for this time last year in photos, some of which have been waiting a year to be deemed photo worthy: just a field or two, only a port, simply a chair, a fountain, food, birds, sunset and me. On, and a cat! And this is just one half of them.
Which brings me to point two: Why did I suffer so much every time I had to narrow down an entire month of photos to mere twelve for most of my previous Calendar 2017 posts? (Even though in the last couple of months I came to my senses yet and posted my regular 20.) Twelve is too few! With this I revoke this silly, self-set rule and proclaim twenty photos a post a new golden standard. Phew!
When watching these please bear in mind that last spring and summer we had a terrible drought and that this year it’s much greener.