Looking for the magic on 4/4 at 4 am!
I wonder if there is a "Blogging While Fatigued" equivalent of "Driving Under the Influence." If so, the beautiful thing is the worst thing I can do is not make sense; no one will get hurt!
A couple of weeks ago, I started seeing mentions of "The 4 AM Project" appearing on Twitter. The goal of the project, now in its second year, is to capture images of the "magical" time of 4 a.m. worldwide (technically, the time window is 4 a.m. - 5 a.m.). I can't put my finger on what attracted me to this -- it certainly wasn't the prospect of losing sleep! I think it was the "world-wide-ness" of it. And as I prepared for bed last night and exchanged messages with people in London and other European cities who were taking their 4 am pictures, then again this morning as I exchanged messages with the Canadians who were just getting their chance, I felt a cool kinship with these people who I am unlikely to ever meet.
Here are a few images of my project:
1. Setting up my blog!
2. Uh-oh. I don't think my humble point and shoot camera is going to excel at dealing with a foggy Tallahassee morning.
3. I think it's so cool how the newspaper landed in a way that showed "Passion Play Marks Easter" face-up.
4. I had bigger plans to rig up some bunny ears or something on this sign, as if the Easter Bunny was peeking over the sign, but decided to let the sign speak for itself.
5. As it turns out, he had already visited the Waffle House (where I also played with my food and met a biker-guy (but camera shy) fellow customer).