BY S. J. Brown Since this is my last blog for 2017 I thought I would sum up my year. Once again it has been a busy year. Yes I was on the road a lot. But I love traveling and luckily Jay indulges me. I managed to cross another state off my bucket list … Continue reading My Year in Review
By S. J. Brown Many wildlife photographers strive to photograph large critters. I admit Buffalo, bears, and moose are always on my wish list when I am visiting their homes. But the little critters that also live in those areas are often more of a challenge, that makes getting the shot even more enjoyable.. Their … Continue reading Enjoying the little things
By S. J. Brown Since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner I thought I should write about romance. However Hubby and I aren’t really romantic type people. If he came home to find a candlelight dinner he would ask how long the power had been out. Still its a couple’s time … Continue reading A Couple of Friends
By S. J. Brown Writers paint a picture with their words while photographers create pictures that are worth 1000 words. Writers and photographers have a lot of things in common. Both share their passion with others, and both agonize over their craft. When putting together a proposal a writer looks for just the right … Continue reading The Image of Writing
By S. J. Brown Since 2016 is almost over I thought I would reminisce a bit. For several years I have been sharing my images on Facebook. I share a new photo each Sunday so there are many photos that my blogging buddies don’t get to see. So I thought I would include the 10 … Continue reading Looking Back at 2016
by S. J. Brown This past month, while catching up on blog posts it became obvious that I am really a middle of the road type of person. I became a middle child when I was 16. Maybe that plays a role in the type of person I am, maybe not. I have seen lights … Continue reading The Middle of the Road
This post is by Nancy Jardine. If you’re a regular reader, then you’ll know that this Wranglers blog is contributed to by lots of different authors/writers who have their own writing preferences. We have poets like Doris McCraw who loves to work in a tight rhythm of 5/7/5 Haiku style. The poem below is a … Continue reading Every kind you can think of!