I’m behind on everything. Teaching online during a pandemic has presented a tremendously steep learning curve, and in addition, anything I do takes at least twice as long as it would in the analog world. My students have been wonderful, though, so thank God for them! I haven’t been posting to my blog at all this fall (this year, actually) because, really, I have no business spending time on that when I’m so behind on all the work for my actual job.
But I do still take pictures throughout my days, whenever something presents itself. It occurred to me last night that I should try posting some of those, with limited commentary, so I can at least continue putting something creative out into the world.
Here is a photo I snapped on my way to use the scanner in our department office. I go to MSOE a few days a week because it’s very hard teaching and getting a good day’s work done at home. Anyway, the geometry of all these various lines, plus the dark mass of the stairs, caught my eye, and now I’m sharing that moment with you❤️
And here’s another shot with a slightly longer view and different focus. The colors are a little warmer, and the staircase doesn’t disappear into darkness. I’m not sure which I prefer, so I guess I’ll just have to post both!😃