As I mentioned, I've begun the 100-Day Challenge. Sunday evening, Blair sent me a link to a video, Celebrate What's Right with the World.
It's a gorgeous, 22-minute-long, vision-expanding presentation by Dewitt Jones, a 20-year veteran photographer from National Geographic. Well worth your time for anyone. But if you're a photographer, I think you will particularly enjoy it. Everyone else, especially if you think, "I don't have time for this!," check out two stories in particular: the one that begins at 14:17, about Jones' experience with Marion Campbell (ends at 17:30) and the one about Henry Gray that begins at 18:30 and ends at 21:00. Very moving.
For the photographers: beginning at about 12:25--"the difference between a good frame and a great frame is measured in millimeters, not miles."
Genesis 1: How Should We Interpret It? --Part 4 - Fourth in a series on *In the Beginning . . . We Misunderstood* by Johnny V. Miller and John M. Soden. Click here for the first post. ***** Miller and Soden...
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