Wednesday, November 15, 2006
Mike Wendland shows readers three ways to make a photo book. He writes:
As the holidays approach, a lot of digital photographs will be taken. But what to do with them? Have you thought of making a book?Kitchen Chick has some tasting results to share for festive ice wines. She writes:
For Wine Blogging Wednesday #27, I pulled together some friends who were kind enough to share the heavy burden (oh, twist our arms!) of tasting ice wines. Between us and them we had a total of four (!) wines and a table loaded with cheese, fruits, and a fruit tart.She offers reviews for each of the four wines from wineries in New Zealand, Canada and Berrien Springs, Michigan.
And finally this entry in Matt Blackcustard's Live Journal (formerly known as The Adventures of a Brit Abroad) is not really a pre-holiday image, but the verbiage would make you think so.
And lo, he went out and bought a new Holga from the righteous folk at Big George's, and he did take it out into the Godforsaken countryside in the nearby township known as Superior, and there, hindered by freezing rain and bonechilling winds, he attached the new close-up filters, loaded the holy and expired Kodak TMY, and shot "photographs of weeds".And what does an apple have to do with Thanksgiving? Click on the photo to find out (from the Absolute Michigan Pool on Flickr)
Read Digital photo books by PC Mike's E-Journal
Also read WBW #27: all iced up for the holidays by Kitchen Chick
Read about the Queen Anne's Lace photo by The Adventures of a Brit Abroad
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