I have been blogging for 6 years now and for the life of me, I cannot understand why I have never done something like this before. I am absolutely fascinated by how we can all exist at the exact same time but have lives that are so different. In a bid to truly capture this in a photograph, here’s a blog collaboration I am proud of.
It’s simple – we both take photos at the same time of day – e.g. lunch time OR 10:00 GMT (and whatever that translates to in our local time). Then we write a small intro to the photo. The purpose is to capture the sheer diversity geographic location and timey whimey stuff affords.
If you want to be a part of the project, just leave a comment to me or Norm and we will get back to you about how you can participate.
Read the full blog post here.
Today’s post is different than anything that has been published here before. I am taking the opportunity to collaborate with my dear Internet friend Anju, from This Labrynth I Roam! We have been corresponding for quite some time now, electronically as well as by snail mail. Anju is currently living and working in Bangkok, Thailand and I’m here in Lafayette, Indiana. We often share photos that we’ve taken. That is how this blog post came about.
Recently I sent her a picture of a white barn in a bare field. She said that she thought it was beautiful. To me it seemed a far cry from the lovely pictures she sends to me of the colorful places she visits in and around Bangkok. Then it struck me that if each of us took a picture at the same time, and then wrote about the time and place, it would show…
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