October 7, 2008 by esarsea
I was over on DaGoddess.com this morning. It’s a blog I enjoy reading, and it features some great photographs.
That’s one of the big differences between THE BS BLOG and other blogs (and DaGoddess.com in particular). When I write something here, I just do a Google search for images that relate to what I post and use them. Being new to the blogging world, I don’t know if that’s considered inappropriate or not – but it’s what I do.
At DaGoddess.com the photos are those of the author/publisher. That’s pretty cool, and I think it lends more credibility and professionalism to her blog.
While I was over at DaGoddess.com I clicked on a link for a website called Operation: Love Reunited. It’s a great site, featuring photographs of military servicemen and servicewomen (and their families). In particular, the photos feature touching images of service personnel as they deploy and/or return home.
As I browsed the OLR website I remembered that I do have an original photograph from when my youngest son returned home from the gulf last year. It fits in nicely with the theme of the photos on the OLR site so I thought I would share it with you here. It was taken on the pier at the shipyard in Bremerton, Washington with an inexpensive snapshot-type camera.