Freedom Tower and the Tribute In Light – last year – September 11, 2013.
Something a little different today: The combination of pride and humility is strange but good. I’m feeling both as one of my images was chosen to be a part of the Third Edition of the Plus One Collection. This is a photography book — built upon the community created at G+ — that will feature roughly 285 photos chosen from more than 800 submissions. Net proceeds after printing expenses will go to the Saving Eliza campaign. Eliza O’Neill is a happy 4-year-old who, because of a degenerative genetic disease called Sanfilippo syndrome, may not live into her teens without necessary and expensive treatment.
I submitted for the first two collections and this is the first time I was chosen. I do not submit to many contests or publications so it is meaningful to be accepted when I do.
See also: www.plusonecollection.com
Finishing out this abbreviated week of images from last year’s nXnw trip to the parks around Moab, Utah, here is another of Dead Horse State Park, featuring a pretty clear and direct view of the Colorado River. Most of the views from the top of the point cannot see the water because the canyon is so deep and steep, but there were a few vantage points like this.
Happy weekend everyone.