How is it that time passes so fast when I'm working with my camera? Instead of taking my lunchtime walk today, I worked through noon and decided to take a walk later in the day. Knowing that the cherry blossoms are about to fade but the weather was clear, I made plans to visit a grove of trees just off of Constitution Avenue. I could walk there and back and still have time to take pictures. Well, I was snapping away and all of a sudden, I realized it was (past) time to get back to the office. Where did the time go?
The same thing happened last night. I could have sworn I worked only about 45 minutes taking pictures of flowers, yet when I checked the times on the picture files, it appears I spent at least 90 minutes. How come time goes so fast when I'm taking pictures?
The good thing about this 'time warp' is that I was waiting for a ride home from one of my friends. She was running late, but that was perfectly fine with me. I had my camera and filled that time taking pictures of the flowers outside my building.