Had to go up to Georgetown today, to do some stuff. This morning it was almost nice out, it looked like it was going to be just another typically hot, sunny, Texas kind of a day, so I packed the camera gear and headed for the car, hoping to be able to shoot the square a bit up in Georgetown, while I was up there. Just as I reached the car, however, it started to rain.
It didn’t just rain. It was one of those driving rains, one of those heavy downpours that makes you wonder why you even bothered to get up in the morning. Why am I out in this? I kept thinking to myself. Shouldn’t I be curled up somewhere with a good book or watching some old black and white movie on TV?
Stuck out in the driving rain, what else was there to do but take pictures? I thought they were going to come out pretty good, but most of them came out a bit too whacked, even for me. Still got one or two, here and there. That’s how it is with drive-by shooting-you never know what you’re going to get until you get it. Always a bit of guesswork goes into that-I guess that’s part of the fun of it. Anyway, uploaded a few today, but might be off soon. The weather (once again) looks like it’s starting to clear. Like the sun is trying to force its way through the clouds and make a late afternoon showing.
Then again, it could just be luring me outside so it can soak me once again. Who knows what evil lurks in those dark clouds, right?
Until next time…