The absence and presence of light may have equalized today, but, aside from a nice belated family birthday dinner for my dad, I spent most of the light and dark hours going through new assignments (a new class begins Monday, which resulted in a slew of readings assigned via email... yesterday) and updating a few other personal housekeeping items. But, I was longing to:
a) go outside, stretch my legs and enjoy the light
b) watch more of the BBC/A&E P&P movie received in the mail a couple days ago from my sweet friend Leslie. She sent it to replace my misplaced VHS copy of the favorite adaptation of Jane Austen's beloved novel. I watched an hour a few days ago but haven't gotten back to it yet.
Her package also included this adorable finger puppet card. "Silly things do cease to be silly if they are done by sensible people in an impudent way." Indeed.
I considered playing with the flash to record the legs kicking, but this prim, slightly crossed look works nicely.
Gear: Nikon D90, Nikkor AFD 50mm f/1.4, Manfrotto legs/head