“Excellence is in the details. Give attention to the details and excellence will come.” – Perry Paxton
The highlighting of wonderful blogs continues…..starting with photography blogs.
A Life Less Boring is most definitely NOT boring. There are photos, tips and other interesting reads.
Denzil Jennings Photography is an inspiring and captivating blog. Many different subjects keeps one looking forward to his next post.
The Lantern Room has a theme, “Enlightenment through Photography”. This is a wonderfully apt theme as this blog presents subjects in a wonderful new way.
Marina Chetner completely pulls you in to her blog. Her most recent blog about LennyKravitz at Radio City Music Hall is a perfect example of her great photography and love of life.
Lens and Pens by Sally combines beautiful photography with well written discussion about her photographic focus.
The written word….
Sara Heinonen is a deeply intelligent writer who shares her work and her thoughts on reading and writing fiction. She links to her website where you can read even more of her engaging work (and see a really impressive webpage)!
Classroom as a Microcosm is written by an English teacher who shares her experiences and observations on the classroom. This blog encourages the reader to actively engage in thinking about education.
Where Do Gaybies Come From? (“Loveable Misanthrope, Gay Superdad”) is the first blog I discovered from “Freshly Pressed”, a section of WordPress blogs that highlights posts for their ability to “entertain, enlighten or inspire”. Jerry Mahoney’s blog meets all three aspects of that criteria. Jerry is definitely a superdad and he shares his adventures (and misadventures) with his readers in a completely engaging way.
Three blogs that can make me laugh. Out loud. Live, Nerd Repeat (“Living life better through the perfect application of humour and nerdery”), Peas & Cougars (“If life were a cartoon, I would be a triangle, which probably better than being a square”), and Maximum Wage (“Life, Jobs and the American Way”).
There are more I could include and more to be discovered, I’m sure, but I’ll leave it here.