I just don’t get tired of photographing the moon. Why? Honestly, I don’t know. I simple want to. I don’t have to have a known reason when it comes to photography. This is something that I just trust. I follow rather than lead when it comes to photography. For almost everything else in my life, it is about taking a lot of time to analyse, justify, weigh and doubt.
I have returned to Calgary and analytic sessions after a week off (for good behaviour) spent at my home and on the home golf course. My golfing is an indication of how I am doing analytically speaking. I have been noticing that I struggle less and that there is less frustration translating to a better score. I anticipate that I will be back to normal when it comes to the golf course before the end of the golf season. A good part of my time at home was filled with the presence of one of my children and her two boys, my two oldest grandsons who golf with me and my wife.
Now that I am back in Calgary the golf clubs are put away for at least a week, time that I will spend walking, reading, writing and researching.