I recently returned from another research trip aka taking client on a holiday. We went into Montana to look around. I got lots of pictures and would have gotten more… except for this: a speed limit of 70mph on a narrow road.
No, I didn’t have to maintain the speed and most times I didn’t but there was no place to pull over to take pictures. This is the result:
Many pictures taken out the window as we drive down the road. Of course, most of the pics don’t end up of a quality that can be saved in an album but provide research details nonetheless.
Speaking of albums… I tried a new program that creates photo albums from my pictures. http://www.photoinpress.ca/ It worked really well and I’ve ordered two books–one that is more scenic for my client and one that is more detailed and full of historical information for myself. When I get these books I will decide if it is how I want to do my pictures in the future.
By the way, do any of you save your pictures this way? If so, what program or site do you recommend?
My point about the speed limit is I missed so much because I had to concentrate on driving which is fine if your goal is to get from Point A to Point B. But it wasn’t until I parked the van and got out that I discovered some wonderful little things.
It make me wonder how much I miss every day by living too fast.
Gen. 1:31. God saw all that he had created and it was very good.
Let’s not forget to slow down and enjoy the beauty around us.