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Nikon D850, 50mm lens

1/1250 | f/1.8 | ISO 64


I live in a small town called Alexandria, in Central Louisiana. When I was in the Army, I was stationed at Fort Johnson about 45 minutes or so away from here and I had no idea this place existed. About five  years ago, The Hubs had the opportunity to come back and, of course, I said yes because I love Louisiana. This mural is commissioned by a local marketing company just down the street from where I work. They change it every so often, but, before they do, the kids like to take pictures in front of it — homecoming, graduation, birthday, whatever. It’s one of the fun little things about this community that makes me smile.


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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