I've spent most of this past week shuttling pots back and forth between studios and prepping for a firing that I want to do next week, weather permitting. I might get delayed a bit on that since a storm is rolling in Monday afternoon. We might have to push the firing back a bit, oh well. More time to catch up on my throwing.
Last summer I took a photography class at CSU Summer Arts. One component of the class was iPhone photography, taught by Dan Burkholder. There was only one problem. I don't own an iPhone. That is until a few days ago. Yay me! Now it isn't a new phone, but thanks to a certain, special someone, I was gifted with an iPhone 4 which is just fine with me. So when I haven't been working on pottery, I have been trying to figure out how it works and pouring over my copious notes from Dan's lectures and demos. And of course, downloading and trying out photo apps.
I have a thing for water towers and Chico has quite a few good ones to photograph. I decided to spare my poor kitty and hit the streets around my neighborhood. The weather has been incredibly warm and very much like spring is upon us. Oh yeah, I had fun! So if you don't see pottery here just know that I got deeply distracted and lost in photo land.