Lots of folks have commented on the light on the rails--which I do like a lot The scene as a whole reminds me of my job--travel never fails to get my blood going whether going or coming. The way home seems to take longer than the trip to.
You know John I have been doing a lot of thinking the last week or so and I have to tell you that I truly admire and inspired by you! I'm going in for shoulder surgery next week and will be down for about 6 weeks they say but when I'm done I think its time for a Job change.. and Perhaps hitting the road is what is best for me!
Might be. You never know I can tell you it is a great way to make a living but not so great for serious photography. There's never enough time or a place to stop at the right time it seems. Not trying to discourage you, just want you to really think it through--you lose a lot of the freedoms you enjoy in a more traditional way of making a living.
I wish you well on the shoulder surgery my friend Keep me updated on how you're doing
Thanks for the Info John. The Shoulder will be Fine I'm sure.. Its got to be better then it was when I dislocated it in November LOL.. That hurt like a BITCH! There just going to screw it all back together again so it will stop popping out...
I can imagine how THAT felt! If it's anything like a torn rotator cuff then I can relate. Best to gedt it fixed now On the other hand, it could come in handy to be able to pop your shoulder out in case they put you in a straightjacket one day Probably not though
Yea the first time it came out of socket the rotator cuff was torn and never really did anything with it. this time it was much worse.. It popped out and took 2 people and three tries to pop it back in. Hurt worse then anything I have EVER gone through.. As far as the straightjacket goes.. they ever get me in one of those I should probably stay there besides Mel Gibson is the only man tough enough to do that trick I'm sure!