So it's Monday. I'm not really happier than a bird with a french fry because I'd imagine a bird with a french fry would be pretty darn happy. Me, well I guess I'm content at the moment.
There was one bright spot on the day so far. I stumbled on to a new podcast called "Yoda & Me". It is a revamp of an old podcast called "Tech Talk" and it's pretty hilarious. The voice sounds nothing like Yoda, but they give a good reason for it and the podcast is extremely enjoyable.
In the past week I haven't really accomplished anything other than discovering the Dsus4 chord, which pairs fairly decently with a Csus4. So now I'm up to two chords that I've discovered recenly that I like. They're pretty, have a somewhat nostalgic and melancholy feel to it that makes me want to write something, so we'll see what happens.
I was looking through some old photos last night and found this one. It was taken in the field behind my uncle's house. I used a filter to shoot in the Near Infrared end of the spectrum, which gave me a great dramatic sky. The trees and grass and such looks frosted because in Near IR photography, photosynthesis shows up hot, which looks white. It also tends to darken blue skies, an effect I particularly enjoy.