I have finally done it. The Facebook page for Batch Blues Photography is up and running finally. Things will be slow until the beginning of the year with me because I am working 50 hours a week and still try to maintain some kind of normalcy to my life. Most days I come home and get ready for bed only to repeat the same thing again the next day.
As for cooking, well, I do most of that on the weekends along with all the other things that I enjoy the most. I still want to post recipes as well as stories. Those times I spent in the kitchen cooking tagines and couscous were the best that I have ever experienced. It is thrilling to try new recipes along with spices that I never knew existed. I grew to love Moroccan cuisine, maybe even more so than American food.
When I started my other blog, Until Morocco, that is when the photography bug bit me. Ever since then I was hooked. I lived and breathed photography. I have taken a few classes and a zillion pictures in the interim. There is so much to learn and so many ways to make photographic art. Wish me luck in this new phase of my life. Trust me, I am very excited about it.
This picture was taken in Roann, Indiana a couple of weeks ago. I like the country feel when I travel outside of town and breathe in the fresh air. This is living at its best, quiet and simple, away from the noise of the city. What is of most interest is the old buildings, especially the barns.
When I was a child we would take our annual trip to the land of my father, Tennessee. I love the rusty tin roofs on the run down log cabins and the old red barns with See Rock City written on the side or the roof. Those things remind me of my birthplace (Tennessee) which make my heart fill up with warm memories. So, forgive me if I become a little barn happy with my postings. I'm just thinking about Tennessee.