Often the projects are about ephemeral, seasonal events like a snowstorm or Spring bloom. Sometimes they're more about unfinished business.
Last week I started working on images of the Phoenix Skyline. This one is what Jerry Dodrill calls "sketching," which is a polite way to say that my business is still unfinished. I like it OK, especially the predawn color gradient in the sky which we call earth shadow, but I'll keep working on this. I'm imagining a fabulous August Sky, or perhaps a silhouetted skyline at sunset.
Another project in the works has to do with the annual return of the Turkey Vultures to Yarnell. I know, they're perhaps the least glamorous of the flying migrations. It's tough to compete with swallows or Monarch Butterflies. For the sake of local promotion I hike to my cliffside perch and settle into my chair blind before dawn.
If I'm honest, I'll tell you that I'm having fun.
And I've got a Project.