Monthly Archives: March 2015

Celebrate Walking!

Increasingly people in cities are leaving their cars behind, and are either biking or walking to work, or walking just for enjoyment.  In a recent study conducted by WalkScore, ten cities were top of the list for their walkability.  I was … Continue reading

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Spring into Action

Friday was the first day of Spring, although in many parts of our county you wouldn’t know it.  Here in the Pacific Northwest Spring arrived a month early, and we have been enjoying the cherry blossoms all around us. Before … Continue reading

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Livable Neighborhoods

I have lived in Seattle my entire life.  As I walk around my neighborhood, I sometimes wonder about the history of its buildings.  I make a mental note to go home and do some research, but then forget.  So last … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Images for the Future

I have been thinking about, no more accurately stated, I have been obsessing about how to best protect my digital images.   My printed family photos are housed in boxes and in albums, with the hope that they would survive the … Continue reading

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The One Subject for 30 Days Challenge!

To keep the creative juices flowing, many photographers take on challenges such as the 365 day project, or the black and white challenge, but have you heard about the one subject 30 day project challenge?  All you have to do … Continue reading

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