2010-07-15 & 2010-07-18

There are a couple of different types of pictures in the folders 2010-07-15 and 2010-07-18. Some are flower pictures and others are my attempts to take pictures of lightning.

Have a look:


Dr. The Incidental Gardener

Dr. The Incidental Gardener

Dr. The Incidental Gardener

Dr. The Incidental Gardener

Dr. The Incidental Gardener

Ain't Distributed Right - Alternate

Ain't Distributed Right - Alternate

Ain't Distributed Right - Alternate

Ain't Distributed Right - Alternate

Ain't Distributed Right - Alternate

Ain't Distributed Right - Alternate

Ain't Distributed Right - Alternate

Ain't Distributed Right - Alternate

Ain't Distributed Right - Alternate

Ain't Distributed Right - Alternate

Ain't Distributed Right - Alternate

By adding these pictures to the Photography 139 Gallery, I was able to restore the following historic “An Artist’s Notebook” entry to their original glory:

PERSONAL PHOTO PROJECT OF THE WEEK #35

Next Saturday’s walk down memory lane will involve the remains of burnt out building in downtown Boone.

5 thoughts on “2010-07-15 & 2010-07-18”

  1. I haven’t even tried to take lightning pictures in years. I need to do that again.

    And thank you for spelling lightning correctly.

  2. They are great – I’ve never tried lightning or fireworks.

    It is a pet peeve of mine when it is misspelled.

  3. Fireworks are WAY easier than lightning because they are predictable. Lightning is very unpredictable, and of course, rain.

    I’m pretty forgiving, in social media, when it comes to misspellings and grammatical errors. I mean, I don’t even really proofread my blog, so most mistakes I make don’t get corrected until AFTER it is published.

    But when people spell “lightning” – “lightening”, it drives me up the wall. Don’t know why that word is my trigger.

  4. I admittedly get itchy when I see misspellings and grammar issues, with the former English major/state spelling contestant histories. But I’ve tried to not judge about them – especially in the age of internet, I’ve had to loosen up a lot. There are some I can’t forgive, though – so I understand “lightning” vs “lightening” being that for you.

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