I’m still a bit behind because, well, life. So, pardon me while I play catch up…

Week 12 My Town {living outside the stacks} Follow @livingoutsidethestacksphoto on Instagram

Quirky neighbors greeting me as I walk between the campuses.


Nikon D850, 50mm

1/800 | f/1.8 | ISO 100


In addition to serving at the director of library services, I also take photos for the college where I work. Our main campus consists of two locations: the admin building and the manufacturing training center (MTC). This past week, we had a high school welding competition at the MTC, so I walked over to take some pictures of the students. On my way, I saw this guy staring at me and, if you’ve been around here awhile, you know I have a thing for monkeys.


I get ambitious at the beginning of every year and start photography projects that I never finish. This year will be different. I will complete this project because I want one of those pretty little end-of-year photographic wrap-ups that I see on Instagram. So this year I’m going to try real hard to finish this challenge hosted by Sue Bahen with Click Community. If you’d like to join Click Community, you can click my affiliate link.


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Happy Snapping,

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