Walking toward something

Just completed a five day Amherst Writers and Artists (AWA) facilitator training. Who-hoo — intense, exciting, and the best people, including my weekly facilitator, Kathleen Olesky, and from Amherst, Mass., Maureen Buchanan Jones (blog: Writing at Full Tilt).

Since I haven’t obtained permission to post peoples’ pictures, here are a few blurry shots, a form of photography I seem to do rather well lately!

Now it rains. I’m home. I feel like I’ve been through something. Finn is out with the Handsome Dog Walker for the last time.

Lots of changes.

Because of the workshop I haven’t had time to respond to the incredible comments people have left lately. Know that I’ll get to them. In the meantime, thank you for taking the time to comment so extensively and personally.

** If you’re interest in the AWA method, check out their website.

11 thoughts on “Walking toward something

  1. Michelle Slater

    Brilliant. You’ve officially become the leader you already were. By the way, just adore the ragged edge of photos, the walking shot, and the one you call blur which allows for action within the frame.

    1. deemallon

      sometimes the blurry shots are the best, as you well know! and thanks for your vote of confidence! it means a lot to me.

  2. Hazel

    Oh, this is great, Dee, congratulations, how wonderful! What happens next for you?
    Your world seems to be opening wide…

    1. deemallon

      Not sure. Was hoping to offer something through our community Ed program in September but found out yesterday that their programming for the fall is done. So spring? Don’t know it I’ll try for something in house before then.


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