It seems as if this is all an uphill battle for me. I've not gotten one sell and I have had many rejects, yet, I STILL come back for more! Why do I keep doing this to myself? I wonder.There are a lot of other stock photography sites that I could go with, and I did try them out. They were so much easier that this one, but I picked to be here and dusted the others. This one seemed more of a challenge to me and I like this! I like this because I feel that by each REJECT there is always an explanation... continue reading
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Living in an interesting neighborhood can be exciting, because it is always changing by having very creative people come together to make a rundown community into a desired place to be! Although the events and the people that helped create them have, for the most part, come and gone, new creators evolve and keep our area active with crafters and farmers gathering on one day a week to share their art and bounty to locals and tourist. This Captain of a ferryboat, no longer in the... continue reading
I took a ride to the Killington Vermont area with my son and West Highlands White Terrier, Tiki to soak in some autumn foliage, view the progress on fixing the roads after Hurricane Irene, check out the hay sculptures and go on a hike.We just happened upon the DockDogs National Championships.This event highlights dog athletes who compete by jumping the farest or highest off a dock into a swimming pool.Its was a great event although it was highly stressful as my dog was barking his head... continue reading
A Stevedore.That's right, I'm one of very few qualified female Stevedores in the UK at the moment."What's a Stevedore?" I hear you say ... well, the dictionary definition is"One who is employed in the loading or unloading of ships". I first started doing this in Hull, East Yorkshire, in December of 2001, and there being a lot of old school Dockers there was a 'book' on how long I would last, the longest being 2 weeks if I remember correctly. Nearly 6 years on I am still doing the job in... continue reading
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