See what there is to shoot

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We had plans to take a trip up to Marion today, for lunch. Since we didn’t have any other plans, I suggested we take along the cameras and do a little exploring of Marion and maybe some other things on the trip. Angela suggested we try to fin the Harding Memorial, since President Harding was from Marion. That sounded like as good a place as any to get some shoots, so after lunch we headed out to find the memorial. We stumbled into the Marion County Courthouse, and eventually wound up finding the Harding House, both of which offered some good photo opportunities, before breaking down and asking at the house and museum how to get to the Memorial. The lady there was kind enough to provide us with a brochure and directions, so we did eventually get to shoot the memorial.

Harding Memorial

After leaving Marion, Angela’s next suggested stop was at Delaware State Park, in Delaware, Ohio. We found a whole bunch of folks trying to spend some time on the water cooling off from the heat, and again, a handful of decent photos.

Taking a break

So, my photograph advice for today is, when you have some time and opportunity to shoot, take advantage of it. you may not always get anything of great quality, but the more you shoot, the more likely you are to get the quality you want! As always, you can see more photos from today on my Flickr as well as Angela’s.

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  1. Aaron B. Hockley
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    Great advice. That’s pretty much exactly what I said in my first post on Photoschooled titled The Most Important Thing.

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