After the mist: I love it, Pablo. Wonderful, mystical, well done.
Robert G. Earnest
Montana: A metaphor for my life; “which way now?”
Taconic Parkway over the Croton Reservoir: Nice symmetry. This has a very delicate feel to it because of the reflections of the lines in the water.
Airborne": A beautifully captured motion shot.
Gals Running: This makes me wonder what they are running from or to. I love the green plants. A nice shot.
View of Serbia: There is a lot to look at in this photograph, and lots to think about. It’s a bit confusing, but I think that is a plus in this case. It makes me think.
eggplant: I like this a lot. It’s unusual, well done, simple, but interesting.
Girl in Church: Confusion seems to reign where the entries to this show are concerned (or maybe it’s just me). Technically, I think the girl is just a bit too large to fit in with the background, but you did a nice job of combining the two images. Another thought provoking entry to this week’s gallery.
Thank you to Andy and crew for hanging the show and to those who contributed.
Have you ever wished you could tell your childhood self a thing or two about growing up?
Would the knowledge you know now have saved you from learning things the hard way?
It's Tough Growing Up: Children's Stories of Courage
Marilyn Dalrymple and Joan Foor
Where's Ezra? A children's story about being and having friends.
Marilyn Dalrymple, author; Leslie Duffey, Illustrator