I don't know about you, but when I'm creating something in the digital medium, I get too caught up in making it perfect. I spend days doing the same thing and, in the end, I've created very little. When I was more hands on, any mistakes were dealt with immediately. There was no undo when I smudged a stamp, or cut off something I shouldn't have. Very rarely did I start over, that was far too time consuming. So why do I do it now? I have to admit, I honestly don't know. It's still time consuming. There is no reason for me to do so. So I decided that I won't! Well, I'll try not too.
Which brings me to this post. I haven't used my camera in some time, that's because I couldn't find the battery charger (which has now been found, yippee!), and I missed it. Today The Moo and I went out for a walk and I took my camera. I just photographed random things. I'll admit, when I uploaded them to Lightroom I did delete the extremely fuzzy photos. I was about to delete all the photos I took of The Moo's eye in close up, but I didn't. I applied one of my presets and imported it over to Photoshop. I had a very short play, and this is what I came up with:
I'm quite pleased with it. I didn't over think it and I didn't over work it. I'm hoping this means that my creative muse has decided to return from her sabbatical. She's certainly been away for far too long!