Diana Bird

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  1. Doug Bascom
    August 24, 2020 @ 2:19 pm

    Anthony:
    As usual, I was touched and challenged by several of your thoughts on photography & life:

    Beginning with the “big picture”, I was reminded to live these moments of ours with as much reverence and gratitude as possible and to no ever forget the importance of the “Now”.

    In two weeks, I will join my wife in retirement and begin a month-long RV trip from our home in Washington State and travel to Colorado. We met and lived there 20-years ago and will be returning to enjoy time with the people that we know there, will meet along the way and – of course – the light and landscapes in between!

    Thanks again for your thoughts about keeping in the game of photography!

    Doug Bascom

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  2. Hasibur Joy
    August 29, 2020 @ 7:00 am

    Hey Anthony,
    I think,
    Light – The most important aspect of photography. Beginning photographers often think in terms of photographing objects such as mountains, trees, or people, experienced photographers know that they are merely recording the light reflected off those objects.
    What’s your opinion?

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  3. Peter Barr
    September 10, 2020 @ 9:34 pm

    Anthony, great post. You are beginning to be more of a philosopher than a photographer. Much food for thought. I guess the key is to encourage and be open. Or something like that! Thanks.

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