naively enthusiastic or idealistic, failing to recognise the practical realities of a situation

This morning dawned crisp and clear out in the countryside, a blanket of frost covered all, minus 4˚ on the thermometer, the sun gently warming the ice on the windsceen.  The city on the other hand is under a blanket of fog, like a legacy from the week's madness.  Photographing stars at 4:30 a.m on Tuesday set the tone with the cresendo arriving at our Christmas shopping evening on Thursday, followed by a visit to some local bars, culminating in some less than honourable behaviour on my part.  Any caution was caught in the proverbial gale and was in complete tatters by the early hours of Friday morning.

However, not being one to dwell, I need to throw myself into my images, reheat some long neglected streams and work on those new projects I keep thinking about.

Working at the gallery every day is going to take it's toll over the next few weeks, and it all kicks off tomorrow on our Sunday launch. I'm hoping it will be a rather more sedate affair than Thursday, for me anyway.  If you're in the area, come on down, live music, warming winter beverages and 10% off all purchases, what more could one possibly want?

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