Though most of my hikes to the Barton Springs Greenbelt nearby are still exploratory, even when taking the 8 year old along 😊, I am beginning to recognize when I need, and want, to be there.
For example, evidently, the rains we’ve seen recently that swelled up the creek from the dry bed I 1st saw almost 2 months ago, are of a degree so rare most folks here haven’t seen Barton Creek this filled with water in 3-5 years! So capturing water related creek and trail images are a priority.
And they were (and are) yesterday morning, when I captured the above dappled light shot.
And, I’ll have more of them coming, especially in poster format like above.
But I’m also emerging from a personal drought of my own.
Nothing bad, mostly due to our move, and a myriad of dr & accounting chores, and even returning to the Old Bakery & Emporium w/art.
And that return to where I’ve been able to sell art for the last few years, particularly posters, has made it clear to me I must prioritize creating posters for my Austin market. And eventually, for the day I can return to Vermont, New England posters.
I like making them, finding it fun to do. Just takes time. Like most things 😊
So here’s my re-entry effort – Violet Crown Trail Morning —
Heading back to the trailhead to head home for breakfast from the water, the light dappled like drops from a waking sun. I couldn’t resist. Plus I gave it a gentle dose of digital magic. Preserving the magic I felt ❤️
Take care then everyone! Keep looking for the magic. It’s there, somewhere 💕
link to blog post in above tweet 😊
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