Tuesday, May 06, 2014

Retirement


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Really hard to beleive, but I went into semi-retirement (meaning I now only work a couple or three days a week) almost 4 years ago.  I did it so I'd have more time for photography etc. and although I was warned a thousand times that I would not have more time, but probably less, it didn't make any sense.  Well it still doesn't make any sense, but it is true.  I don't do nearly the photography that I used to, but I will try to get more than just Sunset Sunday in and also view your beautiful work more.

This is Double Arch in Arches National Park, near Moab, Utah, USA.

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10 comments:

DeniseinVA said...

Hi Scott, I saw your photo pop up in my side bar and just had to come on over. This is a place I saw on our road trip through the southwest last year. You took an awesome photo! Hubby retired completely last July and I can honestly say we have never been busier. Just as well I guess :)

Linda Gross said...

I hope that my husband and I make it out west sometime. There is so. Uh that I would like to see and photograph.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Wow this is an incredible photo. I am learning more about photography lately (thanks to my very photographically talented fiancee) and I am fascinated to learn more!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

This is gorgeous. I'm afraid too retire,for fear that I will then have no time to pursue my hobbies. :)

Grandma C said...

Perspective is everything... including retirement. lol
Good luck!
Great photo of the arches!

Lisa Gordon said...

This is truly breathtaking, Scott!

Gillian Olson said...

Wow, spectacular.

What Karen Sees said...

HaHa, wait until you see how little time you have when you are totally retired!!! This is a great image..... you definitely need to spend more time on photography.....(until I get a call from you about the possibility of a mission!!!!)
P.S. Would love your opinion about my most recent post.

Hilde said...

awesome!!! wonderful shaped those rocks, and such special colours.
nice weekend, Hilde

Hilary said...

It makes sense to me. There's just so much more that you've always wanted to do when you had the time.. and now you're doing it. Photography just has to share the stage. Gorgeous photo. That bottom opening looks like Australia. ;)

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