Week 36: Wrap up Photo101 Rehab

The Photo Rehab is a great community to share photos, learn new techniques, discover new talents, and connect.

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.

Here are the photos of week 36. The featured image is from Mitch Zeissler. Check for more in the post.

A warm welcome to Susan Gutterman who joined us this week.

At the bottom you find instructions on how to take part!

If you didn’t find your photos, let me know, please! 

Every week I have the great pleasure to make this post. I am grateful for all support given by submitting entries and /or visiting the blogs of the participants. It is the best way to strengthen this community of photobloggers while appreciating the world from their diverse angles of the world. Thank you!

Now it’s wrap up time!  You will see this week’s latest pictures, but I encourage you to follow the links below to visit the blogs of all ‘patients’!  Every photo has been linked to the blogs, so that you can see much more from their work. Don’t miss to visit them!

The stage is theirs!

Lets start with Nalinki from Angles and Views. She brings stunning flowers to us and I would like to send thousand virtual flowers back at her and her country Austria. You make Europe proud for the way you are handling the refugees crisis, and for treating them with humanity. Bravo! She also shared images which can relate to the grueling reality of a refugee life. While traveling close to Joshua Tree National Park, between Colorado and Mojave desert, she shot the next photos which made her think of how difficult is life in the burning heat.  In the middle of nowhere, she found a sign of staying connected.

Andy Townend brings again inspiring poetry. And invites us to appreciate  gorgeous monochrome shots from his Project 365 Mobile!

Debbie from Deb’s World has started a 365 – Every day is an adventure’s challenge and her motto is: When every day life gets you down, go on a road trip (adventure)!

Desley from Musings of a Frequent Flying Scientist first makes a stunning shot from the moon. Here she shares the steps she took, and the apps she used to make quotes, with overlays that made it even more beautiful. And how cute are these photos of Dad and kid playing?

Mitch Zeissler from Exploratorius   is back with film images which are absolutely superior! I cannot hide how much I love and learn from his superlative work! Of course he continues shooting also digital and color; so enjoy his gallery this week, featuring: Eastman Double-X Project begins. Roses. Giant redwood. Light House. Wood and Stone. Not a Tombstone. A rare sight of a turtle. Want to take this boat for free? A log crossing the water. A gentleman and a scholar.

Tobias from Empire of Lights joins us again with superlative shots interpreting traces of the past.

Terri from Perspective on focused on different angles of yellow, and brought beautiful flowers for our delight. She asks what makes us happy and shares her moments of blissful happiness with us.

Janet from This, That and The Other Thing shares amazing her skills with photo processing and also photos of a bee, which inspired this haiku.

Fuzzy bee jacket
Snagging bright yellow pollen
Brings nature new life

Jill from Jill’s Scene photos remind us that “New Zealand is beautiful and that beauty comes from the shifty ground beneath our feet. The land shakes, rattles, and rolls, down here. We get between 50 – 80 earthquakes a day. Relax- the vast majority are so small no-one actually feels them.” These are some photos from Auckland’s ‘inactive’ volcano.

Gunroswell from Rantings of a Third Kind brings poetry and a gallery of  trains, planes, automobiles and a bicycle, from many parts of the world and different seasons. Enjoy it!

Susan Gutterman made a fantastic photo of the supermoon, from a moving car! How skilled is that? Stunning.

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Thank you everyone for all wonderful entries this week!

If you didn’t see your photos here, apologies. I used all links to my blog, tags on the reader or entries to InLinkz. Make sure to add them there next time and let me know if it didn’t work. 


You can visit all other photos of all patients here: Photo Rehab 

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:

  1. Shoot a photo.
  2. Prepare your post and publish it. Remember to add a link/Pingback to or any of my posts and to use the tag #PhotoRehab or #Photo101Rehab, so that we can find your post in the WP reader.
  3. Alternatively you can also add your photo to the link provided below. In this way, you expose your photo to the other participants and to the overall audience of the Photo Rehab. This is the best way for your photos to be seen. 
  4. Here is the link to add your photos. Knock the wall of the Clinic… and click on the image below:

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