Monthly Archives: April 2017

Climate March, Bellingham, Wash.

The protesters of varying ages and ethnicities were excited and well behaved. The protest march looked much like a very large family outing with people carrying… Continue reading

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It Went That-A-Way

It was exciting and a little frustrating finding just the right spot to take pictures of motor vehicles driving by that didn’t have a stop light every block and a half. Continue reading

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A Woman, a Camera, and an Environmental Photograph Assignment

I really enjoyed this assignment as it is much easier to go into a shop and ask to take photos than choosing someone on the street to ask. On the other hand, I am slowly getting used to asking strangers … Continue reading

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The Shy Photographer

I love taking photographs of people; however, I realized during this project that there was and still is a lot I do not know about the various functions of my Canon Rebel. I will be working more with my camera … Continue reading

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Today’s Photographer, Steve McCurry

 In 1985 National Geographic published a cover photo of young Afghan girl garbed in red with mesmerizing green eyes. The man who caught the world’s attention with this now iconic photo, is photojournalist Steve McCurry. In a post entitled, “The … Continue reading

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First blog post

This is the excerpt for your very first post. Continue reading

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