I thought it would be cool to add some flames and smoke to this image to enhance the look and feel of viewing the top of a building from above. Unfortunately, I didn't keep a backup copy without the added elements so now they're a permanent addition. I suppose I could clone them out, but the image was so crisp and clear I don't think I could make it perfectly seamless.
I'll try one day maybe.
My "retirement" lasted less than a year - I'm back to work, but NOT in a typical corporate environment. That, I'm done with - no more meetings, no more projects, no more office moves, no more shitty supervisors and shitty managers. Nope. I am done with that. However, even with my artwork becoming more popular and my shows more successful (I had my best year) I found myself a) getting bored and b) getting broke. Now I'm bringing in some extra cash every week by driving for Lyft and Uber.
It's a fun gig - won't get anywhere near rich doing it, but it gets me out and moving and I get to meet a lot of interesting people and overhear a lot of interesting conversations.
For example, yesterday I took a family down to Mile High Stadium for the Broncos game - during the drive down the group was laughing about another member of the family who drank a lot of Chardonnay. So much that they'd given her a nickname:
Look for more anonymous anecdotes from my "travels".
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