Thursday, February 16, 2012

Sun Flare!

Right now, I have close to 15,000 pictures in my archives. Yeah, chew on that for a moment. What that means is I need a lot of storage space for those files. To a lesser extent, it means I sometimes forget what I have, and it is a nice surprise when I stumble across a favorite image I didn't remember. I have 957 pictures from our trip to Europe, and one day I hope to get them all cleaned up and select some of them for a Shutterfly book about our little adventure. If I do one picture a day, maybe I'll get them finished before the Duggar's quit having babies. As it is, I work on a few every six weeks or so, get busy and stop.

Until this week, it had been about three months since I had looked at them closely. And aside from some early favorites of the Eiffel Tower, the Palace of Versailles and a few of the sites of London, I had forgotten what else was in that folder. Lo and behold, I stumbled across this little jewel. It's from the front of Notre Dame Cathedral.

I'd like to thank the sun for cooperating that day. And for the invention called external hard drives.


Linda said...

Nice photo - and great memories, I am sure!

oreneta said...

That is a spectacular find! Lovely.

Living Life said...

Simply beautiful! I need to think about storing my photos externally too. I am taking a huge risk storing them on my hard drive!