Self Censorship

The past week I have been lucky enough to be outside most of the day, everyday. This has allowed me to take a lot more pictures than I normally can. The wildlife especially the eagles have been active. This has created a good problem. A backup of photos I can’t seem to get caught up reviewing them. Normally my two or three hours out in a morning I struggle to get the dozen quality images that was my goal when I began doing this blog.

So what now? Going though the pics I try to edit them as I go through them. Sometimes writing down the numbers and later going back through them and culling. Then cropping them down to a size and composition to fit the blog so that they will load fast. I know this problem will probably not exist long. Still I wonder if I should self-censor and stick to the best dozen? For me I like pics that would be difficult to capture again. My favorite pic is the next one I take. Let me finish by saying that the time for giving thanks is appropriate right now. I am so very thankful for all the blessings in my life…

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2 Responses to Self Censorship

  1. You might have a rainy day where you can’t get out. If the photos are as good as these I’d say use them!
    But I do know what you mean about having too many. That’s my problem most of the time.

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