I don't have a paid photo internship or a job with a newspaper, so I find myself with a lot of spare time. In between being a substitute teacher at my old elementary and high schools, an annual eye appointment today and a possible stringing assignment from The Indianapolis Star
, I find things to take photos of, because otherwise I feel like I'll lose some of what I learned at IU and the IDS. I haven't done a photo-a-day project like people do with Instagram (largely because I only have a dumbphone), but I look for opportunities wherever I go.
Sometimes, though, you can't just look. You have to see the row of corn in the daytime, stay up until 1 a.m., grab a Maglite out of the cabinet and hook up the new remote trigger you bought the previous week. Put all of those together, and you get this:
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More later, including (probably) more photos of the fruits of fall.