Reflect on 2013 as if it were an awards ceremony. Below are some “awards” that you can grab as text, then fill in the answers in regular case text so the award names stand out in all caps. Do it as a note, series of tweets, or something to share. Leave out and add what you want to customize to illustrate and share what you want of your 2013 year in review. I guarantee you it’ll be far more interesting than anything Facebook or any other site would come up with for your Year in Review summary!
Leave your note as a draft if you need more than one sitting to fill it all in. It could be a lot of thinking for some people to get some of these answers!
This is my first WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge. The theme this week is Reflections, and I happen to have TWO such photos. Please click on photos to enlarge.
The first is of a motorbike reflected in the chrome engine of another motorbike. It was a bike framed within a part of a bike, if you will. This photo was taken on the Halifax Waterfront where many bikers congregate on many days during the years, even when it’s rather cold.
The second photo has the steeple of St. Mary’s Basilica in Halifax, framed in a tall, church like glass window of a building next to it. In November, when the photo was taken, it was just cold enough that all the windows were closed to provide a full reflection, but not cold enough for there to be any frost to ruin the perfect reflection. I thought the counter-themed church seen in a window, rather than something seen in a church window, was a nice composition. I also had to get out in the middle of an intersection to get just the right angle to frame that steeple reflection in that window!
These two photos were among the first I ever took with a digital SLR camera, back on November 18, 2006. It was the second set of photos I took with a digital SLR. After a cross-country race where I first put that camera to use, I just got out to walk around downtown near where I lived to see what I could find to shoot. What I immediately realized with a camera was that I saw the world through a completely different lens doing photography, pun intended. I noticed things I never did before. I saw beauty in things and people I never saw before. And I saw it all at a much greater level, even in what I had noticed before.