Proscenium

Catching a Break

Piling It On

I love my drive to and from work.  Most people look at me and think that I am absolutely nuts when I tell them. And while it is a thirty minute trip, it’s actually on the lighter side of traffic.  I am sure if I did the commute to DC or Baltimore, or heck even Montgomery County for that matter, it would be a different story.  But in all honesty it is the time that I treasure the most because it gives me the opportunity to prepare or decompress for the day.  And when the sky regularly treats me to the type of scene that I caught here, preparing for the day becomes a lot easier.  So, I took a day off from my tech week pictures to allow for a little meditative photography.  I couldn’t help but share this with you!  September 25, 2012

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