Good Morning Everyone! I always feel so excited to share these talented bloggers with you and this photography list is no different! Please join me to tribute these wonderful bloggers. As always previous lists can be found in the recommendations category 🙂
Mitch has simply amazed me with his photography skills from the first post I saw by him. He says he is there to explore anything, and his work certainly speaks volumes about capturing these explorations in a way that always strikes a chord with the readers. I absolutely recommend all my viewers to go check his blog to treat your eyes with his wonderful photos!
I have been following Al’s work for a few weeks now and I really enjoy his photography on nature. He also writes fiction that I am sure a lot of you will enjoy. I encourage all my readers to check out his wonderful blog and beautiful photography!
Martin’s photography is very versatile as he captures the different aspects of life in terms of both urban, nature, or people photography. I truly admire his work and style and highly recommend my readers to go see his work and talent!
Emerald Wake’s blog and style is very unique as you will see for yourself when you visit. The photography and graphic style captivates your eyes and I definitely recommend my readers to go visit this blog for some unique talent by this artist!
I have recently started following photoroads and am completely blown away with the photography talent showcased in this blog. I would highly encourage my viewers to go check out this talent and treat yourself to some amazing photography!
***Note to any bloggers featured in these weekly posts, if you wish for me to remove your name from this list due to any reason please let me know, and I will do so. Also all of the excerpts featured (if featured) are the works of the bloggers listed, they each own the copyrights to their own piece and it is not my intention to take credit for it in anyway, hope that is clear to all readers. This is just my effort to appreciate good work. If any bloggers feel that their work has not been properly credited or should not be on the list let me know and I shall remove it. Again thank you all for sharing your beautiful work
In Kindergarten, this question was easy, I lived in that blue house by the convenience store; if, the teacher wanted more details my name tag was right there on my bag with my full address on it. There was no doubt in the answer, and the audience was satisfied, because they themselves lived in the red house, or the big house or the small house by the lake.
‘Where are you from?’ was not a complicated question. Why then, twenty odd years later, I stumble on it trying to analyze what exactly the question is referring to, as though it was asked to me in latin? Yes, moving to a different country as a child certainly had something to do with it and so was the world becoming global. It was no longer as simple as the blue house, but where are you from could imply many different things…your home town, your country, your ethnicity, your language, your religion, your political party…in short, a question by which one could safely categorize you and create a “pin it” board of you in their mind. Many before me have grappled with this question in their quest for identity, and have found a place for them in this diasporic sentiments of their mind.
At twenty-eight, my answer to Ubi es would be I am from that blue house by the convenience store, I am from that red house and from the small house by the lake, I am from the hometown of innocence, I am from the country of kindness, I speak the language of love, and I am from a world of colourful dreams beyond the capture of any pin it board.