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Tag Archives: assignment
On this last day of 2010, it’s a good time for looking back to see where this blog and I have been over the past twelve months. Since I listed my photographic goals back in January, I will do a … Continue reading
I was thinking about using winter for this assignment and then it occurred to me that might be limiting to some. White being the predominate color in winter does make for a suitable topic for all. What will you do … Continue reading
Even though time is something Mankind created, each calendar month seems to have a certain feel to it. It’s reflected in nature and the events placed in the calendar. I live in the northern hemisphere and in an area which … Continue reading
As you know, I check out the Pioneer Woman Photography blog from time to time. A little while back one of her photography contributors, Ivoryhut, posted an excellent article about how to create a photo that tells a story. After … Continue reading