“The Masters in the art of living make little distinction between their work and their play, their labor and their leisure, their minds and their bodies, their information and their recreation, their love and their religion. They simply pursue their Vision of Excellence at whatever they do, leaving others to decide whether they are working or playing. To them, they are always doing both!” – James Mitchner
Its been a little while since my team and I headed over to the Bahamas to work on lighting a destination wedding – “Island Style.” I must admit, up until a couple of days before we left, I had no idea what accommodations the client had in mind for us. That can sometimes be a scary scenario, but we were pleasantly surprised when were met at the dock with a golf cart and whisked away to this cool little pad. Our home for the week…..camp Hy-lite!
I know I blogged a bit about it during and just after it, but I came across a hidden file with a few more shots I never shared. As always, a fresh new image served up just about every evening here on the blog, so be sure and grab a cold beverage and stop back tomorrow night. I’ll save you a seat!
Just a quick thanks to Matt Kosklowsky for the super cool template for creating a print like this in Lightroom. You lightroomers (is that a word?) should check out his blog for some shweeeet tips, tricks, and presets. Here is the linka’rooney! lightroomkillertips
From time to time, I like to share some of the music that keeps me company during my late night journeys into the world of digital art. Here’s a clip from some of the music that I had on this evening……Pat Metheny. About 4 minutes into the track, he absolutely kicks it with the guitar synth.
nice collage Mike. seems relaxing indeed.