By Dawn Rhymer
This is the first blog in a series of three on designing your own picture study. In this introductory blog, I will share picture study options for when you do not want to design your own. There are many people out there doing and sharing great work. In the second blog, I will go through the steps I take to design a picture study. In the final blog, I will share how I go about finding my pictures on the internet.
By Karen Canon
Recently, I joined my husband in Las Vegas, taking a few days of much-needed respite. Nearly every summer for the past ten years, he has attended a conference in Las Vegas and, from time to time, I am able to join him for a few pre-conference days of R&R. Over the years, we have gotten rather adept at finding things to do away from Las Vegas Boulevard and typical Vegas entertainment.
One of our favorite destinations is Mt. Charleston. Only an hour away by car, the weather at Mt. Charleston is a delightful twenty-plus degrees cooler than Las Vegas. As I write this, for instance, the high in Vegas is 101 degrees while it is a lovely 76 in Mt. Charleston.
We decided to spend a day there this past July.
My husband is an avid photographer and I like to practice nature journaling, which means that we are ideally suited to hike with one another, neither of us at all minding frequent stops to change a camera lens or whip out a sketch book.
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