I'm in a funk these days. I've seen many others in the blogosphere commenting about this as well.
I haven't felt well this last week, mostly self-induced. My family and I spent last Friday evening and all day Saturday removing our Kitchen floor in preparation for installing a new one. I insisted on doing this project rather than paying someone to do the work. Installing the new floor is easy, removal of the old is the really hard part. It was quite a lot of work and it kicked my butt, so much so that I had a brief visit to the ER last evening :-o I'll be fine, I need to take it easy.
As I was 'relaxing' after the floor removal, the words to my favorite Little Feat song, "Old Folks Boogie", came to mind. I like the live version of the song from Waiting for Columbus, which came out when I was in college. Back then, I used to laugh at these lyrics; I'm not 25 anymore and they've become reality.
"So you know, that you're over the hill
When your mind makes a promise that your body can't fill"
Enough of my self-pity, we're here to see some weekend reflections! This was shot at Delaware Valley College (link on the sidebar) from a small basin on the side of the road back in November. It was shot the same day as this. Something with some COLOR, not this white nonsense (we're currently having our 3rd major snowstorm of this Winter, highly unusual for this part of the world)
32mm Focal Length
Exposure 1/30 sec @ f5.6
White balance adjusted