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Photographing Ordinary Household Objects in Monochrome

The practice of photographing normal everyday objects objects not only will save us tons of money (You don’t have to travel to exotic places to take great photos), but it will help you develop shooting skills to become a better photographer. 41 more words

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Our Source of Power

25 “I have spoken of these matters in figures of speech, but soon I will stop speaking figuratively and will tell you plainly all about the Father.  271 more words

Cliffe Castle/Life in the Landscape: A Sketchwalk 

For a long time now I’ve been thinking of ways I could share the experience of walking about in the park with a sketchbook – not just by showing other people what I do but by giving them the chance to do it themselves, and get to know how it feels. 995 more words

Urban Sketching

John 12 L'Chaim!

There was a specific group of Greeks going to the Passover festival, and John chose to share this nugget with us. These Greeks had heard about Jesus and having no clue how to get near Him and find him,, they went to Philip and asked for help, for an introduction, for an audience. 420 more words

John 12

The Non-Travelling Tourist

If you would benefit from what Robert Burns called ” The greatest gift that God can gie’ us. “, get yourself a pair of cargo shorts, a loose shirt, and a towel hat. 427 more words

Photography

THE WORST THING IS TO MISS IT

My daughter sent me this blog post by Richard Powers, a highly established dance instructor at Stanford University. He has a Masters in Engineering from Stanford in his own right and is considered a sort of professor of dance with a big following as he is considered a real “cool” guy. 3,322 more words

Eadem mutata resurgo

“I rise again changed but the same”
— Jakob Bernoulli

I often wonder if I’m more open to writing and available mentally to craft words in the early morning because it is a way of transitioning out of the dream state of the previous night’s sleep.

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