This quote goes to the Writer’s Quote Wednesday Event from Colleen at Silver Threading. If you are an aspiring writer, that is the place to make reflections, learn and get many tips and valuable information about writing.
Lately, in different settings, the word patience showed up often. The recurrence made me pay attention to it. Yesterday, it came back, when I got this quote.
I also got something else.
Have you ever, during crisis, had thought that issues may not be resolved, what you want may never happen, and so on and so forth?
Then one day, surprisingly, everything fell into place. You got that phone call; you addressed that problem; that eye to eye conversation took place; you said what someone needed to hear.
I had one of those days. Patience paid me all duties in one installment. And I got this sunset as a bonus.
I am also posting for the Photo Rehab.
In December 2014, after completing the Photo101 course, I opened the Photo Rehab Event in this blog, a ‘healing clinic’, for all of us who love photography (hobbyists, amateurs, pro-shooters and enthusiasts) who missed the course and daily interaction with other photobloggers.
The Photo Rehab became our community to share photos, learn from each other and connect.
I am very happy and proud of the super talented and inspiring bloggers, who joined the Photo Rehab and make this event worthwhile by sharing their stunning photos with everyone’s followers.
MEET THE PATIENTS
Here are all 41 participants since January 2015. Go and check their wonderful blogs as well.
Laura Gabrielle Feasey
HOW TO JOIN THE PHOTO REHAB
Time: The Clinic is open 24 x 7
Camera: You can use any camera, from DSLR, mirrorless, compact, to smartphones.
Theme: Bring your creativity and photograph a theme of your liking in B&W or Color. With or without edition. We like learning techniques as well, if you want to share it with everyone.
Who can join: Anyone can join. All you need is passion. Passion to speak up through images – or words, if you may want to add your thoughts to it as well – showing what you see and how much that is important to you.
You can do a self-examination. If you detect any of the following symptoms, as carefully described by Albert from the blog Trigger Happy, come and join us: “Withdrawal symptoms may include the incessant need to carry your camera everywhere with you, the need to wake up in the wee hours to take photos during the golden hour, and checking up on others you met during the course to see what their newfound knowledge has brought fruit to.”
How does it work:
- Shoot a photo.
- Prepare your post and publish it. Remember to Pingback to this post and to use the tag #PhotoRehab so that we can find your post in the WP reader.
- Add your photo to the link provided below. In this way, you expose your photo to the other participants and the audience of the Photo Rehab.
- Here is the link to add your photos. Knock the wall of the Clinic… and click on the image below: