Link List - October 2015

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Beach Fire -  Last Day of Summer 2015

Fall as finally arrived and I'm feeling more like myself already.  I can think and feel more clearly.  Today is overcast and womb-like, a welcome break from the relentless Colorado sun.  Everything is coming up cozy.

I have various things I'm working on from my last shoot, but lets start the  month with a link list.

New to me artist:  Joanna Pallaris

A dose of technical common sense:  A Plea for DNG

My stomping grounds, as seen from the sea:  The Raw Way Home

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Mack Arch as seen from Crook Point - September 2015

Inspiration:  Brooke Shaden Interview  "I see the world very specifically. I always have."

For photographers as well as dancers:  I Dance with my Heart

Grab your tissues: Human.  They have lots of stories on their Facebook and YouTube also.

More on being Human:  Trauma Workers Find Solace in a Pause

Must see portfolio: Nashalina Schrape - True Fiction

Currently reading:  Library of Souls  and The Man Who Wasn't There

Quote:  "Successful people...  Every one of them has a story saying, "Here's a list of people who said I should do something safe."  Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Popular Science, September 2015

Favorite new dish:  Tex-Mex Casserole  (her photos don't do it justice, ignore them)

Thank you to everyone who lets me poach their links and then forget to give credit to.  You know who you are.


Link List - September 2015

So I fractured my big toe.  Yup.  The day before my kids started school.  The day before my almost freedom.  I have about two weeks until my next planned adventure so I am taking it easy.  I may or may not be spending way too much time online.   But I'm into sharing, so let me link you up with the best of my diggings.

Coastal Sun, 2015

Laia Abril, The Epilogue.  I found this book in the library and almost tore out a page thinking it was a loose letter someone had left as a bookmark.  Really neat book design.

Calamityware:  Things could be worse.  I can think of a dozen people I want to gift these to.   Along with these sea monster notecards.

Free images.  Millions.  I foresee all future packing I do looking like this.

When You Give a Tree an Email Address 

Free National Park Passes for all the nations 4th graders and their families!

David Bonagurio: a new to me artist and I love what he is doing with 5x5 prints.

I had just ordered 5x5 prints of my own work with space to write in the margin.  I'm considering  this glass box to hold them in lieu or my next family album.

New prints in my shop!  I have a few 5x7's available in Lotka paper gift envelopes.  $20, free domestic shipping.

Letters of Note: Currently waiting to check this book out at my library.  I love this letter from Tom Hanks in the second book.

Seal Wants a Tummy Tickle:   I'm slightly obsessed with seals.

Fish Tacos:  Not complicated, but so good. I'm mostly vegetarian so my kids got a kick out of going to the meat counter for the first time in their lives.  They were so impressed that "they wrap it for you!"