Sunday, June 1, 2008

The storm is over.

Lately, my world has been quite stormy. That is, stormy in the hectic, I've-got-a-million-things-flying-at-me sort of way. This recent flurry of activity is why I haven't posted anything here in over a month. You could say that the storm of life has rained all over my photography efforts of late. (Ok, that analogy was horrible. I hereby promise not to make anymore storm puns, lest you -- my faithful readers -- storm my office with lightening speed and demand, in a thunderous roar, that I stop flooding this blog with debris.)

Then, just yesterday, a real storm hit Minneapolis. The sky turned an eerie yellow, the winds picked up, heavy rains hit, tornado sirens started wailing -- the whole nine yards. But, just as quickly as it came, the storm was over, leaving behind a beautiful pink hued sunset, pictured below.

Just as the real storm has abated, so has the one in my life. Things are slowing down, returning to normal. Blue skies are on the horizon. Today is the first day of June, and summer is finally here. Therefore, my photography will be picking up quite a bit. You can expect to see more frequent posting from me in the coming months. Perhaps we could call it a hurricane of activity? Ok, we won't.

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