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I had to go to work yesterday. As in, get in my car and drive to the site and be in an office. First time I've done that in, no idea, a long time.

As compensation for this trauma, the early morning sun through the woods was very pretty.

Ken
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A pretty scene!
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Early morning sunlight colour is lovely!

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Gosh! Do offices still exist? I didn't know!
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Beautiful photo!

Still waiting after 5 days for our test results to return to the office.

IOW I've worked in PJs and slippers all week. :clapping: :fanfare:
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Interesting shot with the light behind the foreground subjects.
Nice!
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I never knew you worked in a wood! :scratch:
(Are you a squirrel?) :smile:
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John Gray wrote:
08 Jan 2022, 07:50
I never knew you worked in a wood! :scratch:
(Are you a squirrel?) :smile:
Nah - he's a teddy bear warden.
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StuartR wrote:
07 Jan 2022, 22:36
Gosh! Do offices still exist? I didn't know!
It seems they do, at least the ones that host my employer do. There weren't many people on site though, I had no trouble getting a parking space near the door.
Leif wrote:
08 Jan 2022, 09:30
John Gray wrote:
08 Jan 2022, 07:50
I never knew you worked in a wood! :scratch:
(Are you a squirrel?) :smile:
Nah - he's a teddy bear warden.
No, I'm not a squirrel. nor am I a teddy bear warden. Drop me a PM if you want to know what it is I do actually do.

The 'commute' a pleasant 15 min drive through woods. When I was making that trip twice a day every weekday I often took my camera and pulled over if the light made something look good. The sheer novelty of doing the trip for the first time in ages made it seem like a good idea to grab my camera as a I left my house.

Ken

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Ken, you have a great eye for subject matter and composition plus your technical skill in capturing the light is perfect. VERY WELL DONE, SIR!!
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