OK — Talk about catching up…

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I am confessing — and you know it already — I got behind with this blog.  It happens.  It is a nice thing to talk about because with this project that is what happens to many people and they stop and never pick it up again.  I have been taking the daily photo — just neglecting to get the post here each week.  Things have gotten pretty busy lately and I am not getting things on the internet as timely as I once had been doing earlier in this project.

To catch up I am posting a mosaic of the month of August.  And I am posting this public cry of we are all human.  I guess if anything to get behind in — it is best with a blog and not the project itself.  To do something daily for a year is a big undertaking.  To do it publicly is even larger — but for me it does keep me at it.  I hate to fail at anything — I am really into competition.  So — here is my catch up.  Thanks for reading.

September may also be like this.  I am up to my elbows with photo shows and other events.  It is that “photo time of year.”  This weekend I have three pieces in a show opening in Blue Ridge at the Art Center — the gallery in the old court room.  This show is hanging all month.  On September 17 at the Whiskey Bonding Barn in Molena I have three pieces in a show curated by John Bennette from New York.  He chose work from 19 photographers to be a part of his satellite show during the event of Slow Exposures.  Opening October 1 at the Arts Clayton Gallery I have three pieces in a show — so does my son.  And in New Orleans I have two pieces in a show celebrating the artistic elements and historical significance of cemeteries.  Three more of my photos are in a book that is due out October 15.

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  1. says

    Hi Donna! I love the mosaic too. It reminds me that when my daughter came along I was too lazy, busy, whatever the excuse, to keep an actual baby book for her, so I wrote things every day on a calendar, and attached photos. Now, that is her baby book-still waiting to become an actual book! I’m looking forward to your book, and to getting to know you better.

  2. Bonnie Helander says

    Wow Donna – you are so talented. Loved the photos and hope you do well at all the photo shows where your work is being exhibited in the weeks ahead.

  3. Joyce Beverly says

    We’re glad you’re back Donna. And as much as I love the daily photos, I love the mosaic too. Kudos for making the every day photo goal. (And a new dog too? Whew!)

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