If you can’t travel far to photograph wilderness, consider the woods and water not far from home. A little planning can reward you with rich opportunities for outdoor photography and for photo art.[Read more…] about Outdoor Photography in the City
What Snow Isn’t Loved?
What snow doesn’t fall that isn’t loved or hated?
Whose first flake isn’t feared or maybe eagerly awaited,
And when finally seen against something dark or on a glove,
Isn’t admired and maybe even loved?
What snow doesn’t fall and blows and isn’t banked deep?
And measured in inches or in feet or up to knees,
Isn’t considered heavy while lightly floating down or away,
And settles but doesn’t promise something new—for one moment or one day?
What snow doesn’t fall that isn’t loved?
Inside city hall, planners draft what become, years later, walking paths. These paths hold uncounted value for their visitors, the city residents, their neighbors.
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Madison, Alabama, is a growing small town, a small city, ringed with new neighborhoods and strip malls. Commerce orbits of the city like planets circling a small sun.
Downtown Madison is its own small town. It doesn’t grow outward but develops inward. Old buildings, a few new buildings, and a main street that follows the railroad tracks into the west and the dusk.
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The iconic 3-in-One oil is as popular as a cell phone. You can always find a neighbor or friend who has a bottle hanging around somewhere in home or garage. It’s not hard to understand why. Slip over to the 3-in-One website and browse all the uses that reviewers report: honing blades, lubricating contact points on a guitar, quieting hinges, removing rust. It can handle almost everything.
By blending several apps in my mobile photography workflow, my iPhone has become a 3-in-One. It shoots quickly, slowly, closely, distantly. It can handle almost anything.
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