Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Tuesday's View

 I started Tuesday's View last fall to see what the world outside my window looked like over a year. Taking a picture each week has helped me pay more attention to the world around me.

 I like looking back to see how the landscape changes through the seasons. Winter sky has a different quality than spring ...

 ... and the photos bring back warm - and chilly - memories.

 As much as I love my "Tuesday View", I am ready to try something new. I want to take a closer look at the things, living and non-living, that share the world I live in.

So look for "Wordless Wednesdays" starting in October - where I'll share photos or journal entries of neat things I find in my backyard, along the roadside or even on an old bridge.

Care to join me? Just head out with your notebook and a pencil, or grab a camera and look closely at the world around you. Come on! It will be an adventure.


  1. I love this idea!

    Jacques Cousteau said, "We only protect what we love." We can't love something unless we develop a relationship with it, which is why I blog about connecting with Nature at Heartspoken.com.

    I'll follow this project with great interest and I'm sure I'll be sending folks your way.

  2. I liked the Tuesday views! But I can't wait to see what else you get up to posting. And thanks for adding a button for the Artist's Words to you site:)

  3. I loved Tuesday View, and now I'm looking forward to Wordless Wednesday. I've opted for a Common Core strand this year instead of a nature/phot strand and I'm already missing be forced to pay close attention to my surroundings. Maybe I'll mix things up a little starting in January.