I've been invited by Dorothee Lang to take part in 100 Days of Summer. Dorothee, who is the editor of Blue Print Review and organizer of the Language/Place blog carnival, has taken part before and shared some of her beautiful photographs. Thanks for thinking of me, Dorothee.
Steve Veilleux is actually the
organizer of 100 Days of Summer. His description of the project is as
follows: 100 Days of Summer provides its members with the opportunity to
share their creative work within the intense framework of providing one
artistic submission per day for 100 days. Officially, we are beginning
on July 5th and expect the program to run through October 15 or so.
JULY 5th! That is today (and I just noticed the invitation about a half hour ago).
Since I write about language and post links to my published works on my Lind-guistics blog, I thought I'd use this blog for my 100 posts. The posts will most likely be photographs, often with a description, short story, or thought listed below the photo.
Though we can post whatever we wish, there are some suggested themes
which are offered each week. All the themes come from expressions. This
week's expressions are "paint the town red" and "out like a light". I'm going to search my photo files and I'll be back as soon as I can with a new post. I remember a photo from Spring that is very, very red.