WWC: 7 & Photojournalism

Yeah...I should leave the Photojournalism to the pros!

Spicy almonds cooling


Cold moist air results in hoar frost 


My phone has a 7

so does this old measuring tape

That is it for this week. Check out my side bar for other players, or visit on Facebook or Flickr.

Have a good day all.


Anonymous said...

Your photo of the hoar frost is spectacular!
I'm still working on my WWC post for this week. I've got to get the newsletter finished first. (groan)

Anonymous said...

Rather the helpful information

Leah J. Utas said...

Great work on the hoarfrost.
Good choice of b&w for the phone.

messymimi said...

Sometimes simple is better, and I like these simple examples.

Reb said...

Thanks Kcinnova. We'll wait patiently for the WWC ;)

Leah, thanks. I thought the b&w looked much better than colour in that instance.

Messymimi, simple is great, thanks.

Aunt Jackie said...


I've fallen off WWC since Tink left the blog... it's not her fault.

Just haven't been able to get it together.

Helllp!! :(

Reb said...

Thanks AJ. I have been having trouble keeping up too - I can blame it on the cold weather though :)

Scott Oglesby said...

I totally disagree Reb; I think you take some of the most amazing photos of anyone I see on these internets. Love, love, love the tree!

Terrie Farley Moran said...

I agree with Scott. Reb, your pictures are consistantly amazing.

Have a happy and photographic New Year.


Reb said...

Scott, thank you so much! That tree was pretty spectacular.

Terrie, thank you! I hope you have a good New Year as well.

the Bag Lady said...

Great shot of the tree, sis! And the other photos are very creative. Excellent job - Happy New Year!

Hilary said...

These are just great, Reb. I always enjoy your photography. Happy 2010!

Reb said...

Sis, thanks. You too.

Thanks Hilary, have a good New Year.