I have so many things to share with you!
And yet … I'm not going to. Well, I'm not going to share them with you today.
I will soon.
Have I mentioned lately, it's absolutely beautiful in Orange County right now?
You know what I hate? I hate when I upload beautiful photos to Twenty Four At Heart, and they no longer look beautiful because pixels are removed to make them Internet-friendly. I really, really, hate that – how about you?
Today I'm having a small photography-related giveaway.
If you're not interested in photography, you probably won't care about my little giveaway. If you are? You might be.
One of my favorite landscape photography books is the National Audobon Society Guide to Landscape Photography. It's a stunning book with breathtaking photos and lots of great how-to information.
I bought one copy of this beautiful book to give away this week.
This is how the giveaway will work:
1. Leave me a comment on today's post.
2. Every comment equals one entry.
3. You may enter as many times as you'd like.
4. I will use the Random Integer Generator to pick the winner.
5. The winner will be announced on SATURDAY.
6. Entries will be closed at 8 p.m. Pacific Time this Friday, March 19th.
7. Yes, you may enter even if you live outside of the United States.
You may leave any comment you wish, but I would love it if you left a photography-related question. If you do, I'll try to answer as many questions as possible when I announce the winner on Saturday. (If there are a ton of questions, I may use some for future posts/discussions.)
For example, is there something you've been wondering when you take your photos but you've been too embarrassed to admit you don't already know? Or maybe you have a question about a particular technique? I certainly don't know everything about photography, but I'm happy to answer what I can.
If you don't have a question, perhaps you have a photography tip or suggestion to share with other readers.
I so love this book!
I can't wait for one of you to win it.
Good luck …!
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