While multitasking generally is a good concept, there are just some things that don’t run well in parallel. Especially, when they are time consuming activities. Like finding ample time for photography and blogging and matching that with the demands of a time consuming day job. And then throwing in a big project The Significant Other and I have been driving the past half year. And then another personal project that I’ve been on for a few months now. And as much as multitasking might help, the day has only 24 hours (albeit a former boss of mine insisted that a day has 48 hours).
But as the finish lines of the mentioned projects are in sight (no worries – you will eventually read about them here), there will be more time to pick up the camera and roam the streets again.
The photo from the streets of Jerusalem was taken with my iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Wish you a great Friday and a hopefully relaxed ending to a successful week
A Street Photographer’s Dialogue
Little woes of a traveling photographer
Top street shot 🙂
Thanks, so much appreciated! Marcus
Best of luck Marcus. And I can relate to your situation. Remember, not to let too much multitasking take joy from the journey.
Thanks, Mike, appreciate your kind words! Marcus
I’m retired and still feel like you do, Marcus! Photo challenges, a demanding Photoshop class, volunteer job with board position, running a home and family. I’m glad that you are wrapping up some of your projects and look forward to reading about them.
Thanks so much for your kind words, they are so much appreciated! Marcus
Beautiful photo, love the bounce of light into his face.
Thanks for noticing, Zeno, the book really worked like a reflector. Have a greta weekend!