In Maine, if you are just hanging out, experimenting,
not really knowing what you are doing
or where you are going with it,
you are "dubbin' around."
Tonight I was looking at old photos of autumns past.
This image started out as a shot of
leaves kicked up by a leaf blower.
I was in the San Francisco Bay area, and I guess you could say
I was dubbin' around that day, too.
The person who was operating the leaf blower surely thought
I had lost my mind.
Tonight I took that photo to PhotoShop,
about which I know next to nothing.
I did this, and then that, and then the other thing.
Kind of like the other night when I posted "Well, Well"
and used that image of the great blue in the tall grass.
Sometimes it's fun to be way out there not knowing what you are doing.
What do you do when you are dubbin' around?