(and almost scary)
The photo below wasn’t part of Monochrome Madness. With my black and white conversion I was trying to create a cold, brooding winter scene. Something typical of a Midwestern winter day.
Actually the photo was taken in mid-April on a warm sunny day with a deep blue sky and whiffs of white clouds. The color version of the above photo can be found here. It’s the third from the bottom.
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Something to do: Within the next 24 hours, try using the word ubiquitous in a conversation. It’s fun to say and people may start to treat you differently. If you teach in liberal arts at the college/university level, forget all this. You have probably already used the word at least twice today and people already treaty you differently.