About noon, I noticed I was hungry. That seems normal enough. There is not a lot to eat in the house because I am busy with paying work. So by the time the day is done, so am I. With little energy left to generate a shopping list and do the chore, I either eat what is here, go out, or send out. So, there is that.
I went into the kitchen and retrieved an apple from the fridge. I grabbed a lovely little Bradford Knife that is my first Bradford — one that was offered on Massdrop and caught my eye. It is not a custom blade, but a very nice knife produced in a small shop. So it has had some hand work. I really like my Bradford blades.
While I worked on my apple, I noticed that the combination of paper towel work area, blade, and apple was interesting. I have a new-to-me Fuji 60mm f/2.4 macro lens in my inventory that has been asking me to do something with it.
So, I did. The equipment was the Fuji X-T5, Fuji 60mm f/2.4 macro lens, and light from my desk lamps. The ISO was very high (12,000 as I recall) for the f/stop I used (f/4). Yet, the image has little discernible noise.
I like it. The apple was good. Life is good.