Story deadline, which means a lot of gnashing of teeth and rubbing of hands as I try to:
- Figure out what to say,
- Figure out how to say it,
- Choose the photos, and
- Do the 100 other little things that are required.
As my wife always reminds me, I stress out every time I have a deadline, but eventually figure it out. I suppose that'll happen again, but it's always easier looking backward.
The shot above, btw, is another Nikon 1 V1 gem, this time mounted via a RAM suction mount on the lead bike ridden by my good friend Sandy. The V1's AF is good enough to stick the camera on the back of a motorcycle and say to it, "You figure it out. That's what I bought you for."
Thank you for allowing me to procrastinate. Once the deadline fever is past, I've got a Pentax K-3 post on deck. Now back to my deadline...or maybe an empanada or three first...