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6/365 - Wishing You A Macro Christmas

I wanted to create a Christmas image that would not be too tacky or catchy. How to go about it I wondered? When in doubt, I turn to my beloved macro lens. 69 more words


5/365 - Just Because

Today, I could not get a shot I was pleased with. I guess there will be days like that. This iPhone photo is mediocre at best, but I still decided to post it. 53 more words


4/365 - Frost Flakes

How I love natural filters! Raindrops on a window are definitely one of my favorites. Magic of winter: raindrops turn to amazing frost flakes. How can one hate winter when winter creates wonderful, magical little things like that?


3/365 - Art Is Freedom

I visited my friend Maryse today. Maryse is a great artist. Since I have known her I have developed a better appreciation of art. I love spending time in her studio, talking to her about her art. 69 more words


2/365 - Falling With A Vengeance

Today the snow is back, falling with a vengeance, covering this little part of the world with a beautiful white fluffy carpet.

~Les jours se suivent mais, ne se ressemblent guère~ 33 more words


1/365 Ever Changing Snow

Today is the beginning of something very daunting. In an effort to bring some discipline and some much-needed practice everyday with photography, I am staring a 365-Day Project. 69 more words


Year 2: Day 69 - No Time For Dreams

Vertical pillow on the left-hand side,
just enough space for a dream,

but who has time for dreams anymore,

Man on the corner selling drugs needs gas; 87 more words


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Charlotte Cuevas ColourA walking stereotype, Charlotte Cuevas is exactly what you'd expect from a children's librarian and freelance writer- most days you'll find her bustling about here and there, balancing coffee and a stack of books, fingers stained with ink and pearls jangling. She's quite serious about poetry, literature, personal growth, and figuring out how to rebuff society's standards when she's most content fitting right into them. The 365 Poetry Project is Charlotte's attempt to push herself to a greater mastery of the craft, as opposed to her wonderful penchant for writing “whenever I feel like it.” She in no way claims that it was her idea; only that it feels like something she need to do. http://charlottecuevas.wordpress.com