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Time Slips Away

 

black and white daisy

Have I said this before?   I feel like there is Monday and then there is Friday.  Where did the days in the middle of the week go?  Here I am tonight getting the garbage ready for pick up tomorrow when it seems like I just did this for last week.   Is it as sign I am getting old?   I just want time to slow down a bit and let me catch my breath or at least get my house cleaned up. 

I like to look at the back of flowers as well as the front.  This daisy looks a little wonky; like the gardener who’s garden it grows in.  With the help of Lightroom 5 and OnOne Softwear  I spiffed her up.

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Comments

Lisa Gordon said…
Time does indeed go all too fast, and I do think it gets to be even more so as we age.

This photograph is perfect in black and white, Valerie.

Have a wonderful weekend!
I understand what you mean about Monday and Friday. Since my husband retired from the corporate world I never know what day it is anymore.

WOW.. Lightroom really gives the picture mood. It's lovely!
Country Gal said…
I find as I get older time goes faster and since I have been retired I never know what day it is during the week lol ! Lovely photo . I love using Lightroom and I love that it catalogs all my photos to . Thanks for sharing ! Have a good weekend !
I'm a back of the flower photographer too. Time just goes by way too quickly.
Pamela Gordon said…
Time is flying by so fast isn't it? Beautiful photo and edit. I hope you have a great weekend.

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