I have been with this group nearly from conception, going through many changes in members and through the changes in the actual purpose of the group. We say it is about our towns but we have shifted our center. Where we once had snapshots of our towns and their people, home photos if you will, we have shifted to photography being our purpose; that one great shot taken in our towns but not really about our towns.When I am not doing the spotlight photos I normally check in on FSO several times and look at the newest posts as they are added, meandering. When doing the spotlights I like to wait and do all of the post in sequence; by doing this I think I get a good idea of how you all have used your particular talents to convey our topics. This week I notice two things; there are those that post a fantastic photo and those that tell a great story with a photo as an aid. So this week we have two photos (and it is hard to pick one GREAT photo when everyone has at least one) and one photo that aided in a good story…… (I apologize to Dawn Trader I tried to pull a really great photo off your post and only ended up with a link to the photo,- maybe by next week we will figure out the problem)
Pat the Artful Diva gives us Rainy Skies
Pauline’s story of a small town’s welcome to a stranger.
Okay, I lied. This week I spotlight 3 photos. Rebecca’s very small town St Peter’s quarry. I loved this photo and the story she tells.
Really sorry Dawn Trader is having problems adding her link.
Next week HANDWRITING.
Spotlight for October -
Another place from a visitor's perspective
25-Oct A Mystery