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Linda JeffersIn a world of so many great photographers and writers, I am venturing into some unknown territories, leaving comfort zones, finally very willing to practice the art of seeing. By maintaining the practice of posting daily photos, I hope to continue learning about the possibilities that I trust are out there for the taking.

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Tomorrow starts the 5 days at the Photography Workshop.

I’ve been trying to get ready for way too many things before I attend the start of the Photography workshop tomorrow night and backpack one day after the end of the workshop.

It’s a long story I’m too tired to tell, but the Workshop sent out an email asking if someone would be willing to change workshops. The Master Class I’d signed up for (mistakenly) somehow has 17 people signed up and only 16 are allowed in it. An email was sent out to all who signed up asking  if anyone would be willing to switch workshops and receive an incentive of a partial cash refund. I volunteered to change workshops as I’d been feeling I was in way over my head anyway. It turns out I was correct. I was told this workshop is mostly comprised of professional photographers.

I am now in Jack Dykinga’s Landscape workshop. I don’t know if I’m happy about being in it or not. I know I’m not real excited and I paid a lot of money. It might be fear playing games with me. We’ll see.

I haven’t exercised in the last 7 days. This is going to be one interesting backpack, because I definitely won’t have time for training during the workshop.

I’m getting up tomorrow morning early to get out for a hike with Stacy.

Once this Photography Workshop starts I don’t know how much time I’ll have to report in here daily. Hopefully, I find time to show some of the stuff I’m shooting around here locally in Joshua Tree and other surrounding desert landscapes.

I did get some very important things accomplished today: manicure and pedicure, hair color and cut, bikini wax, marketed and made dinner, plus 6 hours in front of the computer working and taking phone calls. Getting ready for not being around is a lot of work.

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One Response to “Tomorrow starts the 5 days at the Photography Workshop.”

  1. katya says:

    I’m so glad you got the important things out of the way…..mani/pedi, hair cut, etc!!! I miss you and am so glad I have a woman in my life that has a life!!!

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