I’m not sure why I’m fascinated by workspaces. I’ve taken pictures of my various workspaces over the years starting with boarding school. I’ve taken pictures of my offices and school study spaces. I find it interesting how they’ve changed over the years. I suppose it isn’t that much different than taking pictures of our houses or living rooms considering how much time through the decades we spend with various types of work. Snapped this one last night when my frustration level was high. My technology problems since I’ve been in South Africa have been well documented. I’ve experienced everything from my entire USB drive being wiped out to my iCloud refusing to stay on which makes working on documents impossible in the evenings. Other minor issues in between like slow internet have also hurt productivity. So, this picture from last night expresses many of those feelings. But at least I had a really good bottle of red.



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