This week my work took me to Fairmont Hot Springs Resort for a "No Adverse Impacts" conference. The subject refers to mitigating impacts involved with land use and land use planning. It has been a very interesting workshop so far and the setting couldn't be more beautiful. I wish there was time to get out and take some photos, but the conference runs from very early morning to evening, so I've not had time.
I did manage to sneak in a soak in the hot tubs, which really weren't hot enough for me, and to take some photos of the eclipse of the moon.
Obviously, I need to work on my technique here, or else lay off the hard liquor.
Not a whole lot better, but it's an interesting shot anyway, don't you think?
I have no clue why the moon appears to have a tail here, but I imagine it was camera operator error.
Not quite there, but I'm getting better at it in this shot.
By George (or Canon) I think I've got it...at least as much as I ever will.
Now it's back to work for me! I have notes to finish transcribing and then I'm going to get some rest (if my co-worker, the beautiful and talented Bobbi, doesn't snore all night again). Our conference ends at 3:30 and then we have to drive the 4oo and some miles back to Forsyth.
Our annual conservation achievement banquet is Sunday and after that I have a plethora of meetings to plan and attend. I'm not sure when I'll get it done, but I plan to have a nervous breakdown sometime soon.
Ha! I'm so not...I am loving this and you all know it.
So hugs, be safe and I'll stop over and see you all soon. I promise!