So picking up on yesterday’s theme (which amazed me in the scope and depth of commentary, btw) here’s a picture I don’t have to take while I’m in Shanghai for the Learning 2.0 Conference this week. There ought to be quite a conversation going on…Gary Stager, Alan November, Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach and others…I’m sure our host Jeff Utecht will be chronicling it well. I’m just so looking forward to another 19-hours on planes…
(Photo “Shanghai” by photocello2006)
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By ruling out what not to take photographs of, you are limiting your experiences. What if you show up at that location to take the photograph thousands have before and you meet someone who changes your life? Run into a long lost friend in a strange land? Are there to help someone? Are discovered by a movie casting agent?
Why limit one’s experience? Why not try to learn to take the kind of photograph you posted so your photography skills improve?
I do not understand limiting one’s experiences just because someone else had the experience first.
Congratulations on choosing a beautiful picture to represent your future experience!
If you ever need a break from travel to Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, Australia — let me know, I’ll stand in for you and take LOTS of good photos!
Will it was great seeing on the airplane from Tokyo to Shanghai and nice chatting with you in the airport. Looking forward to the Learning 2.0 conference, it’s a busy set of speakers. Almost feels like BLC07, just a different setting.
Thanks for commenting on my blog, Will! Are you going to be a the NCTE Conference in NYC this year?