Best Wishes for the New Year!

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Best Wishes for the New Year!

Welcome! With the start of a new year, I have begun a new photography journal, which will include entries that offer my photographs accompanied by brief informal commentaries—observations, meditations, or speculations—about the content and the process involved in producing the images.  I intend to present a more complete introduction to the blog in a post tomorrow.

The photo above is an image of a footpath that crosses toward a bridge between sections of Spectacle Lake not far from my home in Valparaiso. This picture was taken about ten days ago on the first official afternoon of winter, and at the time the content of a path dividing segments of water as it leads toward an arched span connecting the opposite sides of the lake seemed an appropriate metaphor for the shifting of seasons. However, the scene also appears to be an apt symbol for today’s transition from one year to the next.

I hope everyone will find this new site enjoyable and return for frequent visits to view added photographs. Happy New Year!

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3 thoughts on “Best Wishes for the New Year!

  1. Hi Ed –

    I hope you’re still going to post your photos on FB — or link this to FB so that I’ll be prompted to come view your lovely photos regularly. Have a splendid new year, and I look forward to seeing more of your pictures! — Liz

    • Yes, Liz. I plan on continuing to post to Facebook with links to the photography journal for those who would like to read the complementary comments for each image. Thanks and best wishes, Ed

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