Tricia Booker Photography

January 21, 2012

Winter Tree

The winter weather advisory today was a blessing in disguise. I wasn’t tempted to keep my plans intact and risk further irritating my healing neck. The roads were too icy for me to go to the barn to see my horse, and then my evening cooking class was postponed until next week due to poor weather and slippery conditions.

Cameron spent the night at Bryce Resort with his classmate Alex and his family, leaving me an almost eerily quiet house in which to work. I did take the camera out for some photographs this afternoon, but the dense clouds and snow flurries didn’t offer much contrast so a monochrome look was in order. Interestingly, seeing the world in black and white was fitting for me today—when you’re dealing with a pain issue you realize how you see the world as either painful or pain-free, much like a black-and-white photograph. Although I’ve always loved working in black-and-white, I do look forward to returning to color!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Drawn In

Art • Nature • Exploration


herzlich willkommen auf meinem fotoblog

Drawing Covert

Exhibitions, tours, research, programs, events, on a unique collection of books, archives, paintings, sculpture and more.

a coffee break with mike

unwind from the grind

Brian J Zwit

Photographer, Educator, and Dingo's Buddy

This, that and the other thing

Looking at life through writing and photography


Fine art photography

A (Mostly) Solo Female Exploring the World

Valérie Jardin's Blog

Chasing Light ~ Telling Stories

The Explorographer

I take big trips, share them with the world so you can come along from your computer or plan your own trip through my experience. I teach as well.

%d bloggers like this: