I'm a terrible photographer. You wouldn't think that skill would even be a variable in the age of digital photography, would you? My camera's a very easy camera to use, and my husband takes great pictures with it, but mine aren't so good. Since today was such a beautiful day, I went to take pictures for my Examiner page, and I was dismayed at the results. How did I get the rear bumper of somebody's car? Not even the whole bumper, either, just the driver's side. I don't remember even seeing that car. And what I expected to be a beautifully-framed shot of an antelbellum house turned out to really be of a tree in the antebellum house's front yard, with the house providing background. I'm blaming it on the brilliant sunshine, which made it very hard to see the camera's screen. Now I know that I need to take three or four shots. Meanwhile, I'm going to have to think of a story about chain link fences, because I have a stunning shot of the chain link fence at the Montgomery County Airpark, through which the actual planes are just barely visible.
(ps--the tree picture is one that I took yesterday, and I actually like it. I'm not going to post the bad pictures here. You can take my word on those. They're bad.)