WordPress’ Ben Huberman, who contributes essays to the WordPress photo challenges, wrote that bloggers interested yet should focus on the idea of Temporary, how it is things can be seen in the image that will no longer be there, as with autumn leaves in October.
What does it take to start a blog? Three years ago I thought to learn a little more about writing a poem from Ben and others.
The free verse you might write could go in a blog, on the Internet. I never changed my mind https://findingenvirons1.wordpress.com/2015/02/25/drawer
Letting it out of the bag was a busy time. I looked back at a photo I took Wednesday, October 15, 2014, when I was purer as a blogger, meaning not seen as many (there are a lot of good ones).
It’s the trees shielding the cemetery and you can see the lane running behind Louth United Church. Ben seems to be an understated champion of photography and also of blogging, with WordPress.
It is always nice to see what he has written when there is a photo challenge to join, on a Wednesday of the week. There is a week to do it but people get started right away, I’m sure. I would argue, if necessary, that the video capture look of the sky overhead reflects the idea of temporary all the more because everything that was in the sky has passed on, not content to be captured.
We care for Maple Lawn Cemetery once a week and we’re active on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/LouthUnited Yesterday Twitter began to include tweets with a character length of two hundred and eighty rather than plain a hundred and forty. I don’t know what that says about the future… or the past, either.