Sally Turner Kennedy is one of those I wish I could model myself after. She possesses an eye for the unusual, almost always has a camera near by, and remembers to use the damned thing when something catches her eye.
My daughter Jennifer is like that, as is Linda Fugate. Both are known to grab a camera and head into the world just to see what’s worth spending some pixels on. I saw Linda and her husband recently and their purpose for being away from home was to take pictures and check out yard sales. Both worthy of time.
Jennifer will grab her camera and go searching for fields of grain, wild flowers, cloud formations, sun rises, sun sets, and just about anything that may stimulate her wish to make art.
Anyway, the point of this is to direct your attention to Sally’s latest post on her blog, North Coast Muse. She and the family visited the shore of Lake Erie to see what was adrift. Their efforts resulted in a neat piece of photo journalism.
2 thoughts on “The Camera, Never Leave Home Without One”
Your post reminded me of my nephew Josh Anderson. He’s a teacher but is an exceptional nature photographer in his spare time. He’s had several photos published, as well as a few magazine covers. For those interested, here’s a link to his site:
I know you’ll enjoy it.
Well, here goes more countless hours musing over things of beauty. Your cousin’s site is wonderful. Thanks for the link.