Shining a light

I wanted to share some of my favourite blogs, a few at a time, with people who read my blog. I have discovered some wonderful “new to me” blogs through referrals from others. It might get a bit overwhelming to mention all at one time, though. So here’s today’s suggestions.

Daily Dose of Imagery, which you can view here, appeals to me in many ways. It might be Toronto specific, but I think everyone can enjoy the beauty and composition in Sam Javanrouh’s photos. There are no words to accompany his photos. None needed.

Shell River by Mary Schwartz, Katie’s Camera Blog by Katie Johnson and Imagery of Light by Sheila Creighton also are three daily “must sees” for me.

All three of these photographers are exceptional. By following their blogs I have learned the power of one photo and limited words. I have come to believe  in the power of this type of post through these women and their incredibly inspiring blogs. The way in which they see the world, and their use of the simplest of subjects, makes you want to pick up your camera and create.

Thank you to all of you.  

Stay tuned for more….

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  1. Wow, I am honored that you included me in this list, Paula. Thank you so much for your kind words. I’m going to go visit the other blogs too. And I like this photo. As you said, the simplicity of the image can speak volumes. Love your eye! 🙂

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  2. I love this photo, Paula! Snow and sun through the trees, one of my favorite subjects! Thank you so much for the mention! That is so nice of you and a big surprise for me! Your photos are truly amazing!

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