I went out, cruising for photos.

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Is she shoving a route to the mail box or clearing the entire road.

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I love the way the snow hangs on one side of the tree.

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And a train trestle.

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With a wind, it is still snowing after it has stopped snowing.

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A small portion of the airport parking lot.

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Next time, maybe they should take the shuttle from the parking lot to the terminal.

 

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Lecture 9, Composition I, Seeing Well

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The assign was to photograph some common item, three different ways. I chose to use a battery.

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Riley at 14 Years.

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Riley is now 14 years old. Amazing.

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Pittsburgh Traffic

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About driving in Pittsburgh: I like to say there are four ways to get from one place to another, none of them easy. This photo wasn’t taken during rush hour. It was Saturday afternoon.  The driver, in the pickup that is pulling out of line, is looking for a way around the mess.

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Winter in Pennsylvania

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At lunch during a zone conference, missionaries split up and reviewed some scriptures while eating their sub sandwiches. The weatherman was predicting snow in two days, but we were lucky during our two day conference.

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Brown Eggs and Ham (but without the ham)

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So we ended up buying brown eggs. How interesting.

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There was such an amazing variation and color. I wonder why people prefer white eggs. They are so boring.

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Pennsylvania Ice Storm

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I was getting ready for bed when I made the mistake of looking outside. I saw the light shining through the ice coated tree limbs and I had to get a photo. I took this and others while in my pajamas and my coat and hat. No gloves. You can’t operate a camera while wearing gloves.

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