I am looking for the most scenic places in Northern Virginia to snap photos. I have a few places, but haven’t been everywhere. There’s no better way to generate a list of scenic views and interesting places than to ask those that live throughout this great region. Please attach a comment to this post with a place that is near and dear to your heart. I look forward to visiting all these fantastic places! Thanks!
Let’s get this thing rollin’. It’s tough, really tough. I just have to start somewhere. There is so much to do and so much time to complete it. It sounds like I’ve got it made. In a sense I do, but on the other hand it’s daunting no matter how you look at it. So, I am going to focus my attention on my NYIP course work.
I have made great progress but because of teaching I have not had the time until now to complete the photo project assignments. I took my unit test this morning and scored 27/30 which equates to an A-. Not what I was hoping for but the questions I missed had to do with “parallax error” and something else that I don’t think will mean much to my success. Regardless, I strive for perfection and will be going back to make sure I understand those concepts enough in case they present themselves in my future.
For now, my focus will be on my unit one project. For this project I must snap shots that express a sense of motion or speed. Bring on projects!
Wow, that was the shortest project ever! Don’t let my inability to run a photography marathon before I have even run a 10-miler fool you. I still have the passion and the commitment to pursuing what I truly enjoy, photography. I am setting my expectations at a fair and realistic level. Project 365 was not it. It was a nice thought.
This blog will be a place for me to share my thoughts, ideas, and various photography blunders. I want to hear from you too, share your ideas and thoughts with me. Tell me what you think…
“Confessions of the Resolute”