This is a random beach shot I took last year at Bradenton Beach, Florida. I was standing alongside this old broken down pier, one of several which has since been demolished and removed. I don't know the county's plans but it would be nice if they built a new one so I could take pictures of that too. It's all about me.
I work during the day and spend much of my time at a computer. So when I write my blog I get to stare at something other than documents for a spell. I remember back when I took this I was standing in the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. That's about as far away as I can get from meetings and status reports. This picture shows where and how my batteries get recharged so I can do the stuff I have to do.
I think that looking at photos at the end of the day activates different centers in my brain. I have no idea which ones, just that they have nothing to do with computers. It has more to do with where I want to go. Wouldn't it be cool if I could just look at a photo and then enter a dream of that location? I've heard that some people can do that, and for all I know so can I, the only problem is I rarely remember my dreams. I'm going to hope that when I go to sleep this evening this is where I end up. Whether I remember it or not, that's okay with me.
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