It’s getting dark in here

We have finally reached the “you seriously think I can take any kind of picture right now?” time.  It’s dark when we go out in the morning and it’s dark when I get home at night.  My photography skills suck with the best light, so I think I might have to rethink my picture taking and do it on the sunny weekends.  Of course, that is totally dependent on the sunny of sunny weekends.

I have been knitting away on Christmas stuff and finishing my fingerless mitts.  The mitts are very close to being done so, of course, this morning the temperature was 20 and windy and I needed gloves.  I’m sure there will be some mornings soon that I can wear my new mitts and be comfy-cozy.  It just won’t be this week.

I am not going to tolerate my own complaining about the weather this winter.  (I wonder if there is a flag option on WordPress?)  After the Philippines got hammered the way they did, I have nothing to complain about.  Remind me about this if I do, please.

So, I just participated in Ten Minutes on Tuesday.  A practice that I haven’t done in ages.   Have a good one!

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4 Responses to It’s getting dark in here

  1. margene says:

    Taking pictures is a challenge this time of year. I try to photograph as much as I can on the weekend and then parse it during the week.
    Complaining about the weather, our health, politics, etc becomes a bit boring and mundane, but some days it takes some thinking to come up with much else!

  2. joyknits says:

    The photo ops certainly become limited with the shorter days, don’t they! The fingerless mitts should be very handy, even when it’s too chilly for them outside – sometimes I like them for knitting inside 😉

  3. heideho says:

    I love your pictures, but I completely understand the whole lighting issue.

  4. Cookie says:

    Photos are overrated. The shadows were getting long at two this afternoon. I’m starting to think it’s going to be a long winter.

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