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This week the Weekly Photo Challenge intrigues me. The idea of a “Three-picture Story” is fascinating. In a nutshell, a three-picture story is a way to help you think about storytelling with images. To create a three-picture story, gather: An establishing … Continue reading
I love looking out windows at the vistas beyond. My home looks on the constantly changing, forever beautiful views of Puget Sound. Looking through a window always reminds me of the security of being inside, and the potential of being … Continue reading
It was hours and miles to travel– layers of time and history. It was layers of distance up: first by plane, then by car, and finally on foot– Layers of air, up in altitude, that made our muscles ache and … Continue reading
This is a contribution to the Weekly Photo Challenge, on Word Press. I love the contributions each week, and given the time I spend on photography, hope to join in from time to time. I knew immediately which photo I’d … Continue reading