Monday, July 23, 2012

Summer Blogging Boomer Carnival

     I just watched a PBS documentary on Ansel Adams (1902-1984), who took the famous photographs of Yosemite and other natural wonders. He reported that when he stood in the midst of nature, positioning his camera among the tall mountains and the beneath the spreading sky, it made him feel very small -- and yet, at the same time, not at all insignificant.

     A similar note is struck by Laura Lee at The Midlife Crisis Queen in the Mid-summer Blogging Boomer Carnival, Garden Edition. She also offers links to other sites and sensibilities, including -- for those who are interested -- a link to Vaboomer and her tricks and tips for using Twitter.

     Go enjoy!

   

2 comments:

Stephen Hayes said...

I've always loved the work of Ansel Adams. He coaxes such beauty from nature.

Arkansas Patti said...

I agree with Stephen. Adams was a master.