It is all in which language you use. Should you be an American – naturally it is Labor Day. The first Monday in September that has been a US Federal Holiday for more than 110 years. A gift of a free day off, just as the summer ends so that you can vainly attempt to get yourself together as the work and school ramp up to full speed. Any other significance has long since been lost to the average person.
If you are a normal English speaker – then it is Labour Day you are thinking about. In many countries it occurs on 1 May – starting with Australia where workers in 1900 won the right to an eight hour day. Think about, all of you – we owe the Aussies for more than sheep, wool, kangaroos and some great drinking songs.
I am trying to get over my camera burn out. So many pictures from China yet to get through an edit that I don’t really even feel like picking up the camera.
And then there is my studio, mess that it is.
As I find things that need homes, I will post them here. Most will be available just for the reimbursement of postage. I just want them to live at someone else’s house, getting used rather than languishing on my shelves.