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It snowed last night. Serious snow. Kodak and I headed down into the valley this morning for an early walk, hoping to catch the snow before it melted. Not much left on the valley floor although we’ve still got more than an inch on the roofs and patio furniture.
But it was wet and boggy, and Kodak and I explored some new spots, which met with Kodak’s approval. It was quite cold but that didn’t seem to diminish our enjoyment, although for the first time Kodak was ready to leave when I was ready to go.
I spent more time today photographing things I saw, and less time photographing the dog in the landscape. It was good that I was inclined that way this morning, since Kodak insisted that he needed some quality time checking things out on his own. So far I have not had two walks with the same feel; it always feels fresh and different. Paula is out of town for a few days, so Kodak and I are left to our own devices. Perhaps another walk this afternoon, I’m thinking.
I know that some folks are wrapping up their capture phase and moving into editing but I am still very much engaged in making more photographs. Doubtless in about a week I’m going to be regretting that deeply. Just a few more walks and I think I’ll be ready to switch to editing full time.