Photography 101 – Landscape and #NaBloPoMo

It’s a big world out there! Show us what you see in a landscape.

Out my back door this past winter.  Cold but beautiful.

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Site of the first landing where first settlers came on shore from the James River.  Since 1607 the river has eroded about 25 acres of this part of Jamestown Island.  The original shoreline was close to the present edge of the river channel, a little more than 100 yards offshore from the seawall.  Gives you chills to be standing in the same spot where the first settlers came on land.

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One response to “Photography 101 – Landscape and #NaBloPoMo

  1. I see lots of activity in small spaces. An edible garden is a perfect place to learn to appreciate how much life can be packed into a rather small plot of landscape. This is true even as the arctic blast whips us all into cold weather submission.
    Here is my recent rambling on this particular topic:
    http://wp.me/p46gNR-dF
    #NaBloPoMo

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