This morning. The screens need cleaning and dishes are piling up, but first, the elephants must dance. Ganesh, on the right, held court for many years in my yoga studio. The wooden one on the left was a going-home gift from my nephew when I visited him in New Jersey, years ago. The brass bull elephant came from my friend Armand Singer's bookshelf, shortly after he passed. I love the morning light in the kitchen as much as I love the light of sunset on my bedroom walls.
Lesson. I've gotten so used to taking photos, editing, and posting them on my phone and feel clumsy and awkward trying to manipulate them on my computer. Methinks it's time to step closer to the Adobe Creative Cloud that I've been paying for and not using. Think: want more, resist less.
During the month of November, as part of NaPhoPoMo, I intend to post at least one photo a day here. Sometimes with a little story, sometimes with only a caption, always in the hope of resisting the urge for it all to be perfect.
Photo: iPhone 5s using Camera+ app and edited in Instagram.