You might be a photographer if...
1. When you drive around, your eyes are constantly scanning the area around you for possible backdrops for a photo shoot.
We drove to Texarkana last weekend and I saw somewhere I wanted to stop and take a picture about every 15 miles.
I fought the urge until we actually arrived in T-town and I came upon this old barn.
So I planned a return stop the next day and Ruthie agreed. It probably had more to do with getting out of the car than agreeing to a 10 minute photo shoot, but I am up for whatever motivation works.
Everything was going great as I was considering my composition and lighting until one very memorable moment.
The silence of the area was interrupted by some very distinct rattling/hissing sounds coming from inside the barn.
Yes the rattlesnakes won and we got the heck out of there pretty quickly.