of weekly blogging.
Hope smiles from the threshold of the year to come, whispering, ‘It will be happier.’
Alfred Lord Tennyson
A beautiful day with frigid temperatures and a fine way to end my second year of blogging.
I set a goal for myself two years ago to write a weekly blog post on photography. I wanted it to focus mainly on creativity and inspiration and highlight an image preferably from that week.
It’s now two years later and this year was for me filled with ups and downs and I know that I’m not alone in that.
Highlights and lowlights…rather ironic considering that they’re two of my favorite things.
Some of the best highlights?
Photographing a proton arc during a night of northern lights, in one word…unforgettable.
Photographing rare halos and having the most incredible e-mail conversation with a renowned physicist.
Numerous publications and an Image of the Day by Earthsky.org.
An abundance of canine photo shoots, so dear to my heart.
The lowlights? Frankly I’m just going to visualize whirled peas and leave it at that.
I’ve got a new project starting and can’t wait to immerse myself in it.
Don’t forget to take some moments for yourself during this busy time of year and find something positive to focus on…
4 thoughts on “Two years…”
Good advice, Sheryl. I will try to set aside some time just for myself, and I always try to focus on the positive. Even the rapscallion deer I posted in my blog yesterday can be considered a positive because of their beauty. 😊 I hope your Christmas is filled with beauty and light.
Congrats on 2 years of inspirational posts, Sheryl! I loved reading and actually hearing your excitement surrounding some of these highlights! Best of everything to you in your new project and I’m happy to be sharing in your journey as a supportive friend!
Thank you for the inspiration and wholesome content (nature at her finest, always); good luck with the path ahead!
Can two years have actually passed?? I look so forward to each of your posts, eager to see what you saw that week. Congratulations to you on this milestone and best wishes for wildly successful adventures ahead.