I doubt most people would bother to wonder, but I'll throw it out there. I had absolutely no time what-so-ever to post a new photo for June since I've spent most of my birth month on getting a new job, finding a place to move to, give my 3 weeks notice, and finally training all of my replacements. For a better explanation, go to my most recent journal as of July 3, 2017. It's not that it slipped my mind; quite the contrary since my new job is in gorgeous California Wine Country. Alas, because of the many interviews, and constant traveling for those interviews, I was unable to continue the trend. So back to the photobox.
I was finally able to take a breather as of the day of this photo and visit the Crocker Art Museum to check out their Hi Fructose Art Exhibit. It was something spectacular and is only around until early September, so if you happen to be in Sacramento, give it a viewing. This is the front gate and entrance to the gallery, and the lighting was solid enough to get some really good contrast going. Not the most exciting work I've done, but it does hold a little bit of mystery to it if you've never been to the museum itself.
Taken at 11:30am. No filters, lighting adjustments or cropping was done to this piece.