JUBILATION! WORDPRESS WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE

Jubilant – WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge


Three pictures. This first one, from Garry.

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And this, from me.

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I participate in WordPress' Weekly Photo Challenge 2016
I participate in WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge 2016

 

 

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all of us!

21 thoughts on “JUBILATION! WORDPRESS WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE”

    1. We didn’t have much, but I remembered these and thought they might work. I guess they did. I’ve got so much stuff I’ve never even process. Those carousel pictures are a few years old, but I’ve never done anything with them.

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      1. When we come back from a day of shooting I usually don’y look at the photos for a day or two. Then I have marathon sessions of trying to process all the favorite shots. I think I have to get more picky so I spend a bit more time with my wife rather than with Lightroom.

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        1. I download them immediately … but sometimes it’s months before I really do anything much with them and some stuff, I’m discovering has been on my drive for a long time — more than a year, sometimes two — and was completely forgotten. I don’t even know what camera or lens I was using. I usually process in the evening on my laptop with the TV on. Garry typically wears headphones when he watches so he can remove his hearing aids — which get uncomfortable by the end of the day. Since I also process HIS photos, he’s always interested to see how they came out. It helps that he takes pictures too. Makes him a lot more patient with the time it takes to finish them.

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          1. We don’t watch tv so I’m on my desktop processing and Lynn is on Facebook or reading the news that only irritates her. I feel like we’re isolating ourselves just as much as when we did watch tv. And then, in bed, when I just want to go to sleep, that’s when she wants to talk.

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