” Time is what we want most, but… what we use worst.” ~Willaim Penn
A year ago my parents and I talked about our holiday at Alpine Heath in the Drakensberg. Tomorrow Ronald, Armand, Lian and I will hit the road to Ronald’s friend in Benoni for a week. On 1 July 2012 we will join my parents at Alpine Heath. All of us are so looking forward to this holiday. But because I am Coreen and I am addicted to my work I have 2 photo shoots booked for my first week of holiday.
I would also like to take this chance to let everyone know that I have no idea how my reception is going to be on holiday, but if it is bad and I can’t post my photo of the day I will do it when I get back. At least we all know by now that I will take photo’s everyday and allot also…
Well I wanted to wait till tonight before I start packing but I just could not wait till then so I am already packed. The only thing still not packed is my computer screen and Internet stick… After this post I will pack that up to and tonight we must go to bed early…. Ha ha who am I kidding….
Today I wanted to go outdoors and take some photo’s but for 5 days now I have this terrible headache and I just could not stand the bright light.
So I decided to show you where I spend more than 12 hours a day. When I am not out capturing some lovely family, person or our Heavenly Fathers gift to us. I’ll either sit at my desk edit all those lovely photo’s or I’ll be busy on my Facebook page, website or answering my emails.
As you can see I have two external hard drives on my desk. I take all my photo’s in RAW and as soon as I did a photo shoot I backup to one of the hard drives. Then after I edited all the photo’s the finished products get backed up on both hard drives. I don’t dispose of the edited photo’s but after a year I do delete the RAW files…
My Blackberry or as I would like to call it my “White berry” is always and arms length or even sometimes next to the mouse. Sometimes I get confused and move the cellphone around only to realize I don’t have the right tool in my hand to do the job.