It's Monday. Cubs lost to the Cards, yesterday. But they HAVE been playing well, lately. Too little. Too late. Again.
Given all the meandering my family and I have done over the last week, there'll not be a lot in this post. As I write this, as is my habit, it's the evening of the day before this publishes. So I am not long home. I'm unpacking and getting everything back in its proper place (I searched for my Canon 'cable' for the longest time. I was worried I would have no picture for you, today.) And there is not a lot of time to fool around (her words) - I have to get busy.
On Friday we went up to the Grand Canyon in preparation for our trip home. I took a boatload of shots up there. There had been some controlled burns in the Canyon, and a thin blue haze filled the entire Canyon. The thing is, it was an instant contrast agent that served to isolate and identify the background - separating it from the much clearer foreground materials.
Like the picture below - a sample of things to come.