It was during my travels when I realized my passion for photography. I originally started this blog as a way to share my past travels, but blogging has also pushed me to get out and photograph more. As part of The Daily Post’s current Blogging U. course, “Photography: 101”, I have snapped some new shots as well as delved into my archives. Here are the assignments from weeks 1 & 2.
From my garden. Some scholars now suggest that it was a pomegranate, and not apple, that led to Adam and Eve’s exodus from the biblical Garden of Eden. It’s only fitting that a girl named Eden would have a forbidden fruit in her garden.
BLISS: complete happiness, great joy, paradise, or heaven.
I could never get tired of watching sunsets. As beautiful as they are, I have yet to capture the perfect sunset. (Newport Beach, California.)
CONNECT: In the age of social media, we’re more connected than ever. (But how often do we connect with nature?)
Got my ducks in a row! One doesn’t always get to connect with ducks, especially in the suburbs. It just so happens that I used to live by the lake where these ducks called home.
Walk Disney Concert Hall, home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, designed by architect Frank Gehry. Since it was completely overcast that day, it seemed ideal for black & white photography. (Los Angeles, California.)