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Hello my friends! As the sun begins its slow return to the top of the sky so to have I returned to flickr, and oh my does it feel good! Before I go on I want to say thank you to everyone who sent me well wishes and encouragement when I left the project. I was very touched and your words were much appreciated.
So where have I been? Isn't it obvious from the photo above? Well, honestly this fall has been a blur so I’m not even sure I remember all of it. I’ve been working full time, going to school full time, traveling around the world (literally - Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Dubai, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi) for my job, and getting several great photography experiences outside the project (wedding, newborn, family shoots and even some work chosen for a gallery show!) all while trying not making my hubby/friends feel like the absolute last priority on my list.
After I stopped posting I actually kept up with my photos for a couple weeks until one sleep deprived day I realized I hadn’t even thought to take a picture for several days. That, on top of being two weeks behind in processing (not to mention all the processing I was doing for the other shoots), pretty much broke my resolve to continue.
So while I am disappointed that I was unable to finish the journey that I started, I am proud of what I have accomplished this past year and of the doors it has opened for me. I have really missed the flickr community though and I am looking forward to catching up on all your streams. Anyone planning a 52-week project next year? If so, I’m in!
Return of the Bell
One of my favorite parts about living in Grenada is that you never know what you'll be called on to photograph - and with my day-to-day grind variety is hardly in short supply.
On this particularly rainy day I was in my office,
snacking on Skittles editing photos when I received a call from the campus facilities manager asking if I'd be around after lunch. "We're putting the bell back in the tower," he says. Images of cranes and boom-lifts flashed in my mind. "Awesome," I say. "Count me in."
The bell in question was removed to receive a little TLC after sitting silent in Grenada's salty breeze for more than two decades - and best of all - was getting a new clapper fitted. Legend has it that the original clapper went missing when the bell was first crated up and sent to Grenada.
The legend goes something like this...
The bell was cast in 1845 by the New York based Meneely Bell Foundry and placed aboard a naval ship. More than a century later the ship is long gone and the private owner of the bell donated it to the University. The bell arrives by ship in Grenada, gets hoisted into place, and someone realizes that the all-important clapper is nowhere to be found.
The bell was ceremonially re-rung for the first time last week at the annual Grenada Thanksgiving Memorial, ringing loud and clear - just as an old bell should.
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