Favorite Photo of the Month

I’ve LinkedIn, Twittered, and Facebooked this, but in case you were vacationing on one of Jupiter’s moons and missed it, here it is again:

AmeriCorps photo contest finalists include a shot of Older Son taken by one of his team members

And yes, he helps around the house, too.

© 2010 Anne Bingham and Making It Up as I Go

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12 Responses to Favorite Photo of the Month

  1. Anne M Leone says:

    I must have been vacationing on that moon… or rewriting. =)

    How exciting, and a beautiful photo!


    • Anne Bingham says:

      Anne, thanks for taking the time to visit my blog in the midst of wrestling with your revision. I’ve been following your reports and hoping you’re finding the angle you need to make those early chapters work!


      • Anne M Leone says:

        Aw, thanks, Anne! Never too busy to read your blog… though maybe spending a bit more time OFF the internet would help. =)

        The revisions finally seemed to hit a good point today. I didn’t have much time to write, but I wrote out the pivotal scene and was able to kind of sketch out everything I wanted to happen around it. So lots of work to do, but it should all get done and tomorrow should be easier. So good to share all these ins and outs!


  2. jessica shaw says:

    Nice shot! You must be very proud:)


  3. Great photo. I might have seen this earlier if it wasn’t from those summer visits from Porlock…


    • Anne Bingham says:

      You know, Andrea, sometimes you just have to not answer the door when Porlockians come knocking. Usually they just want you to feed them or pick up a library book that’s in or make a bank deposit…


  4. the Brad says:

    You should be really proud. I’ve been wanting to make one of those for a while.


  5. MaryWitzl says:

    (Love your above comment!)

    And that’s a great photo of your son. I’ve been dragging boxes downstairs from upstairs and pulling waist-high weeds all day, so the sight of someone else laboring is wonderful.


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