No, this is not me. But this is how the life of me (the aspiring photographer) has been the past two weeks. Almost literally.
Since returning from our Italian vacation things have been crazy. We went through extensive renovations in our house, the job that pays the bills has blessed me with a couple of new (and complex) projects and on top I shot a wedding (as official photographer) which was also a first for me. And I had to dedicate time to our creative magazine startup “Ginger“. All good reasons why the “Streets of Nuremberg” have gone a little under the wheels. A man at work.
But no worries, here I am, alive and cooking and almost back to my normal self, as I’m currently heading once more to Oregon for a week-long stint on my project in the Rose City. And things could be much worse than spending the coming weekend in the PNW.
Have a great Wednesday!
Some thoughts on monochrome shooting
Around the World in 12 Days – Rose City Waterfront
Phew, sounds like you have been keeping very busy.
Sweat dropping off my head 😉
Great capture, Marcus! Ugghh, renovations. I love them once they are finished, but they are so exhausting during the process.
So true – installation of the new fireplace was while I was in the US, should all be finished once I’m back home 🙂 ! Have a great week! Marcus
Busy busy busy but such wonderful and worthwhile projects and you are needed everywhere. That comes with the territory when you are “that” amazing. Big hug
Thanks, my friend, big hugs returned!
Glad it was just work keeping you from posting, Marcus. Hope you were able to click anyway. “A click a day keeps the doctor away!”
Thanks, Allan, your kind words mean so much! Marcus
Welcome back to the PNW, Marcus. 🙂 Busy is good.
I’m glad your back too Marcus! And I passed through one of your favorite airports the other day, Chicago O’Hare. Have a safe trip to our PNW. 😎
Thanks, John, so much appreciated! Did you snap the colorful tunnel? I’ll be flying home through ORD next week….
I didn’t go that way apparently, never saw anything like that! I’ve seen it only via your photos. Just got home. Ahhhhhh. Home.
Yay! I was worried about you. Glad you are safe!
Thanks, Janet, your kind words mean so much! Marcus