We know well about the best-laid plans of mice and other warm-blooded beings.
Today was my turn. The goal was to shoot some black and white atmospheric shots of downtown Roanoke on a Saturday when people were beginning to fear COVID19 less than they fear being in the house for another day.
It just didn’t work out that way. Sometimes, it’s best to let things be what they are, so I have a mixture of color photos, black and white photos and black and white/color photos.
So, if you have a preference, it’s here.
Dan Smith is an award-winning journalist in Roanoke, Va., and a member of the Virginia Communications Hall of Fame. He is an author, photographer, essayist, father and grandfather. Co-founder of Valley Business FRONT magazine and founder of the Roanoke Regional Writers Conference. On Advisory Board of New River Voice.