Over the past couple of years I've really gotten into this photography thing again. When I was a kid I used to "borrow" my dad's film camera and take off on my bike to take photos of whatever sparked my imagination in the neighborhood. At that time in Orangeburg, SC there wasn't much to photograph in our subdivision other than some tangled, nappy vines and an occasional lost crawfish. I'm pretty sure that no more than 5 photos were ever developed.
Recently a friend fussed that unless the images are directly related to a work project, I don't share much of what I shoot with my real camera (versus the iPhone, with which I'm an oversharer!). She's right... I take photos that just take up megabytes in random places but are otherwise locked away. What's the point in that?
So, how about some Photo Friday action with Camille Maurice? I won't promise that I'll make it every Friday because those sorts of promises tend to lead me toward habitual ball-dropping. But check here and on The New South page, and there'll be a photo up most weeks.
Since fewer words and more photos are de rigeur for these sort of things, click here for the first installment!