Monthly Archives: January 2013

The paper cranes next door

Today’s photo: 13 Paper Cranes. Today’s lesson: 3 is also a prime number. My prompt today was “prime number.” Was my first thought 3? No, of course not. When I saw prime number, I thought 13. Was my first thought … Continue reading

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It’s all good

Today’s photo: Everything is beautiful in the right light. Today’s lesson: Everything is beautiful in the right light. I think this lesson is self-explanatory. What you see here is a dried up weed from my yard. It should have been … Continue reading

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Just roll with it

Today’s photo: An arrangement. Today’s lesson: Most good things come from just rolling with the weird or the unexpected. Arrangement was my photo prompt for today. I thought I wasn’t going to do it because the only thing I could … Continue reading

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Beauty is in the process

Today’s photo: You make me live. The original version of today’s photo: Posted first with the title Alice Makes a Friend. Today’s lesson: Imperfections are an opportunity to play. I posted the original version of this earlier in the day, … Continue reading

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Resistance is Futile

Today’s photo: The Temptation of Alice Today’s lesson: Sometimes your subject can be your background. I don’t have much to say today, but I do have at least one answer to my own question about how I can take a … Continue reading

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A little bit goes a long way

Today’s photo: A drop of inspiration is all you need. Today’s lesson: A drop of inspiration is all you need. It seems the rain just keeps pouring down, and the days just keep getting nastier and more depressing. They say … Continue reading

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Some days you just have to free yourself

Today’s photo: A message from Alice — Bates was framed. Today’s lesson: If you can’t go outside, bring the outside to you. If you aren’t a Downton Abbey fan, you might not get this shot, but that’s okay. In that … Continue reading

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Standing at the corner of hope and regret

Today’s photo: Alice’s favorite buildings are past their prime. Note: I chose this photo as my photo-of-the-day because I was so pleased to have manipulated the depth of field enough so that Alice was in focus in the foreground but … Continue reading

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Feeling artful has its price

Today’s photo: Alice appreciates an artful installation. Today’s Alice extras: Today’s lesson: The camera is not what makes the photo, but then again it is. If you get into photography at all, you’ll be barraged with advice from people who … Continue reading

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Time Flies

Today’s photo: Alice reminds me that our boys will never be little boys again. Today’s lesson: Appreciate the good times while they are happening. Time flies. That is all.

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