For Christmas I got a Nikon DSLR camera. Photography has always intrigued me and I thought it was a good time to dive in. The camera sat in the box until very recently. Life was busy and then the pandemic hit. It is amazing how quickly plans and priorities change. I have been working from home since March 10th as well as sheltering in place. I am very fortunate to work for a firm with outstanding technology that allows me to work from home without skipping a beat. As March moved into April, my area’s Regional Vice President challenged us to find a project or activity outside of work to develop through April. Life balance is important. For those who have followed my blog over the years, you will know that exercising more is not much of a challenge for me. So, I decided to take the camera out of the box, follow some classes on Master Class as well as Nikon’s online classes, and see where it leads me.
Sheltering at home, I am limited as to the scope of my photography subjects. I live in a semi-rural area on a small lake, so nature and my pets have become my subjects. Here is April, the beginning.