August 5, 2005
Volume 1 - Number 149

fisherman at sunset at Loxahatchee

a lone fisherman at sunset in Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge.

We've had a few sunrises in recent issues of Picture to Ponder and I thought it would be fitting to end this week with a sunset. Again, for me, at both sunrise and sunset I crave being near water.

Having been "chasing", then photographing, so many sunrises and sunsets recently, the recurring question comes up, "Aside from timing and location, what's the difference visually between a sunrise and a sunset?" If there is an answer, I'd love to hear from you.

In the meantime this relaxing, at peace, fisherman and scene bring you wishes for a restful and peaceful weekend.

I'm stuck for queries today relevant to the photo or my description. One question does crop up, so I'll simply throw it out to you.

I'm wondering are there other places in our lives where beginnings and endings are so similar that it's hard to distinguish them?

If you come up with anything, I'd be please to read it in comments on the blog or in an email directly to me.

Check out the new 28 second message from Sondra, who shares how a custom photo/drawing of her father, done by Sheila, provided a major breakthrough for her in being able to get past her many years of grief at his loss, so that she can now enjoy photos of him.

Judith Tramayne-Barth wrote to say, "When I wanted to make an audio for Sheila, she made it really easy for me. She called me and set up a 3 way call so I could record how wonderful I think her ezine is and her artwork. I am sure she will do the same for you. And she didn't even mind the blooper I made about her art site name. (LOL)."

Check out Judith's and other Audio Testimonials on the new AUDIO LINKS page.
I'd love to have your voice there also. A sentence or two is more than enough, if you are person of a few words.

I will publish the link for yours in Picture to Ponder and on the testimonial page on the eteletours site. You can call in yourself at (214) 231-2905 ext 6956 or, if you wish, e-mail me to set a time and I can call you. We can do a phone interview, such as the one with Renee, or I simply can call and 3-way you in on the line, while I stay silent.


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