in Travel Love It Wander project chasing light fantastic… by DocAndersen June 8, 2019, 3:11 pm 64 Views 9 Votes 12 Comments Share Share on Pinterest Share on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport Pages:Previous 12Next post What do you think? 9 points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page 365_Photos_ChallengeAndersenslawofinnovationAnnapolisanti-outletmallatarianBarbBarb25BarbvideoproducerBergenblizzard2016boringman Written by DocAndersen Follow I am a long time blogger and technology poster.I focus on what is possible, but I also try to see what is coming. In recent years I have been focused on sharing the memories of my family, as part of my Family History Project. tumblr youtube 12 Comments Leave a Reply Lovely photos they are great, not a sight that I am used to in reality, not until I experience snow. 1 Log in to Reply snow is magical when you are young. It is in the way when you get older! 1 Log in to Reply “Everything is changing everything,” Plato said. It’s so, when the picture is a question and when we look at ourselves with our fathers. If you look at someone, after a few months you will notice the difference, do not you? 1 Log in to Reply The eye sees what the heart sees. When someone is around you a lot, you don’t see the signs of change over time. You see the person differently! Log in to Reply Beautiful pictures. The photographs preserve memories that would otherwise forget. 1 Log in to Reply They do, they are the doorway to yesterday!!! Log in to Reply You explained photography, the light, and life very well Doc. Easy to understand and a reminder to keep taking photos. That is how we make forever memories. 1 Log in to Reply They truly are forever memories! Log in to Reply Love the photos. Interesting about light. For me when I lived where there was snow in the winter the saddest part was the dwindling light in the early afternoon that led to total darkness so quickly. In the summer I get a bit nostalgic in the afternoons when that golden light shines and I know that soon evening will be coming in. When I begin my days real early I love the bright early morning light and as the day goes on I look forward to the familiar, friendly kind of evening glow. 2 Log in to Reply we grow used to what we know! Thanks great points! 1 Log in to Reply Beautiful images , Thank you for sharing 1 Log in to Reply They are of things that are no more. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.