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Linda JeffersIn a world of so many great photographers and writers, I am venturing into some unknown territories, leaving comfort zones, finally very willing to practice the art of seeing. By maintaining the practice of posting daily photos, I hope to continue learning about the possibilities that I trust are out there for the taking.

Come join me on my journey!

A Tribute To Ray For Being A Willing Model AND Going To Bodie With Me!

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An unplanned (well somewhat unplanned) photo shoot/hike.

We don’t usually hike in the afternoon but I’m glad I didn’t let the dark clouds stop me from meeting Jen at 3:30pm today.
I’d emailed Jen saying I would be bringing my camera and a small old (lighter) 420 Speedlite flash and Honlphoto 1/2CTO 1/4 cut I velcro attached to the flash head, hoping to match the flash light color with any orange hue from a sunset colored sky.

It turned out we shot more than we hiked. But neither of us cared.

Hero shot! Great jumping Jen.

We didn't do much hiking as you can see.

Jen can just keep jumping.

Can you tell Jen loves dance?

When the flash wouldn't fire we got lucky with this silhouette.

Pretty Lady, thank you for a fun time:-) I'm learning how to have fun.

And now here are some photos Jen Clark shot of me.


I'm not great at the jumping thing:-)


It took me 10 tries attempting to follow Jen's direction to hop up on my right leg and lift my left leg up in front of me. Do you think I could do it?

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