After eating dinner our second night in Moab at Arches Thai, we decided to make a mad dash back up to Arches National Park to catch the sunset. Our goal was to get to “The Windows Section,” since we’d missed it earlier in our visit. However, we misjudged the time it would take to get from Moab up the endless switchbacks to Arches, so we just caught the tail end of sunset. Sadly, we didn’t get any windows or arches in our views at all. 🙂
However, it still was quite pretty.
*Wednesday, May 9, 2018*
“PHOTOGRAPHY” INVITATION: I invite you to create a photography intention and then create a blog post for a place you have visited. Alternately, you can post a thematic post about a place, photos of whatever you discovered that set your heart afire. You can also do a thematic post of something you have found throughout all your travels: churches, doors, people reading, people hiking, mountains, patterns, all black & white, whatever!
You probably have your own ideas about this, but in case you’d like some ideas, you can visit my page: photography inspiration.
I challenge you to post no more than 20 photos (fewer is better) and to write less than 350-400 words about any travel-related photography intention you set for yourself.
While I’m in Spain walking the Camino de Santiago from August 31 – October 25, and then in Portugal from October 26 – November 6, I kindly request that if you have a photography post you’d like to share, please simply link it to the appropriate post, this one or my next one as soon as it publishes. I will try my best to read your posts while I’m on my journey, but I won’t have a computer or the time or ability to add links to my posts.
My next scheduled photography post will be on October 4, 2018.
This will be an ongoing invitation. Feel free to jump in at any time.
I hope you’ll join in our community. I look forward to reading your posts!
the ~ wander.essence ~ community
I invite you all to settle in and read a few posts from our wandering community. I promise, you’ll be inspired! See below in the comments for any links.
Thanks to all of you who wrote photography posts following intentions you set for yourself.