I’ve been busy interviewing for various part-time jobs as I make my transition away from corporate life. In my morning interview today the interviewer asked me what my five year plan looks like. I had nothing. I always have a plan, I always know what’s next, I always have a strategy, but right now I’ve got nothing. I didn’t exactly say that, but I was pretty honest with her and I think she appreciated my honesty, or she thought I was nuts, either way I have an in-person interview next week.
I guess I share that tidbit because my daily photos for my 365 project are very much in line with my five year plan. I’ve got nothing. I wake up, have some coffee and eventually feel inspired or drawn to one sort of photo or the other. I picked up some flowers earlier this week and they’re bright and bold so they are today’s subject.
Taken on my Canon 6D set to manual, ss 1/13, f4, ISO 160 with my Macro 100mm lens inside to avoid the harsh outdoor lighting (I did use a tripod and remote clicker)
“The beauty of life is in each precious moment – Stop and smell the roses.” unknown