Category Archives: Education

My First Guest Photographer: My Teenage Grandson

24 January 2013 Lens: Part One: Rust Series II. Black-and-White Photographs III. Polaroids Let us know which you prefer and why. Pens: In the twenty-first century it is not improbable to have a teenager introduce an adult to a technological innovation, … Continue reading

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WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreign

26 October 2012 Lens: Pens: WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge offers a duality: the challenger’s expression and interpretation of the theme, and the viewer’s reaction to the entry. The subject of this week’s theme is foreign. The American Heritage Dictionary cites … Continue reading

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WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge: Friendship

08 June 2012 Lens: Pens: This weekly challenge conjured memories of early bonds of friendship. The catalyst often arises from participation in high school sports. These extra curricular activities are examples of lessons taught and learned from cooperative affiliations and … Continue reading

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Hometown Appeal

08 December 2011 Lens: This week’s images have a theme of glass and its incredible reflective qualities as well as distinctive colorations. The first is a three-dimensional sculptural paperweight that stands 4″ high x 3″ wide. The next three are … Continue reading

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Summer Vacation= Experiential Learning + Reading

  30 June 2011 Lens: Pens: Sure, summer vacation for middle and high schoolers holds the possibility of fun and more fun. For some work is the agenda. True, mid-June into August offers a variety of possibilities. At the top … Continue reading

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