The Parting Shot for March 21, 2012
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That’s what being a photographer is all about … seeing things most people don’t see.
That is so very true.
Absolutely spot on Pied Type.. couldn’t agree with you more and this is a great imaginative capture
Yes, it is. And I, myself, am the kind of person not afraid to get on my knees, lay on the ground, climb up on something, etc. for either a better or a unique angle for a shot.
what piedtype said…in spades. g’nite gracie. continue…
Good morning. I crashed EARLY last night.
Reblogged this on once a pp.
So glad to have discovered your blog.
Thank you so much. Glad you like it. Welcome, and hope to “see” you more. Feel free to comment at will. All opinions welcome.
I have been scolded several times by literary world authorities for being too opinionated on my Facebook page, that it is horrible for sales and authors should leave politics and religion alone. I saw your blog and thought, “That woman can read my mind!” Thanks so much for your strong voice. To hell with book sales. The bitch is back.
What do you write?
I have had published a historical novel, The Keeper of the Crystal Spring, and several storytelling anthologies. I just finished and now must market a contemporary women’s novel, Real Troopers. In that story, it takes a cancer scare to trigger the Middling Life Crisis that compels the protagonist to find her voice. But you know she must.