Morning Greetings: 18 September 2021

Good morning friends,

How are you on this beautiful sunny Saturday morning?

I woke up just before 7:00am this morning. I have this itch to go out and take my 70-300mm lens for a spin. I will go and set up in the garden, or what is left of it anyway and see if I can catch some birds eating…. I tried to repair the one bird feeder but only had the bottom part spare. But at least I can feed them until I get a new one.

I have a new project over the next 2 years. I want to try to go out at least once every 2 weeks and photograph flowers at different locations. I have been categorizing my flower photos and want to make a series of flower photo books. . This is a huge project for me and I have been taking photos of flowers since 2010. Now I have the task to put it all into files. On some I would have to add the location and date taken. These days I do that from the beginning when I start sorting them. Ans then of course I have to also put down the exif data for the book. Still not sure how I am going to do this in my filing system.

It is a beautiful morning outside and according to the weather forecast we are having a warm Spring day. A maximum temperature of 25Β°C is predicted.

On my To-Do List for today

  • Take photos of birdlife in garden
  • Continue sorting through photos and delete doubles and unwanted ones.
  • Continue categorizing Flower photos.

Thank you for taking the time to read my post. I am truly grateful for all the views, likes, follows and comments I get.

Wishing everyone a wonderful day.

πŸ€—Big Virtual Hug πŸ€—


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