School has become the foreman, or is, at the very least, trying to. While the semester may deem actions and attentions Monday through Thursday, the weekends still breathe. This last weekend was spent under roofs; big, small, short, and long. We made a new friend, and proceeded to take her to all the major roofs (Read: Choss Roof, Priest Draw, and Super Roof), as that’s general condition of Flagstaff. The group also collected some lobster mushrooms and made a delicious family dinner of sautéed lobster mushrooms and linguini Alfredo. What’s a lobster mushroom? Look it up. They refused to photograph well for me…perhaps because I forgot…
I took a few pictures this weekend, but almost as if the future threatened darkness and despair (this is an exaggeration, school can be fun…right kids?), this weekend only brought forth pictures of color and favorable lighting. Therefore, this week’s images shall not be in Black & White. But the idea still got me to post, so I’m diggin’ it. So check it:
In our sessions at the draw, after our morning session at Choss Roof, on Saturday, the sun set posed down and I stumbled out snapping pictures as we walked, risking many a twisted ankle. It also reminded me that having a camera ready, or at hand, at all times can be, and should be, a thing. So I’m working on a way to maintain a camera at arms reach, at all times. You say, “But you have a Smart Phone, right? There’s your camera!” Well, my phone sucks. End of discussion.
Sunday found us at Super Roof, just south of town off of the I-17. A great little low-ball jug-fest. Everyone put in some solid efforts, Tim brought out a solid can of Modello, and the day was that.
Till next week! Tune in for more stuff, and things, and such.