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  1. cogdog

    Third Month of Double Dailies

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    Not that anyone is keeping score… well I am! For 2023 my double daily habits, the DS106 Daily Create and my Daily Flickr Photo routine have notched another perfect month, bringing both to 90 completions at the end of March, the 90th day of the year. This follows my streaks for both January and Feburary. Can this blistering […]
  2. amiddlet50

    Absence of detail and the value of ambiguity in art and education

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    This post pulls together ideas about the value of ambiguity and space in art and education by drawing upon my diverse experiences as educator, artist, and musician. It wanders! In some ways, it is about creating room to wander. I hope you it connects with your own wanderings. Continue reading ?
  3. @amick_hailey

    Averaged Portrait

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    For this assignment, it was stated to take a bunch of pictures and overlay them with one another. Recently when I went to a rainforest when I was in Washington State, my girlfriend and I took a bunch of pictures most of them being silly because that is what we are when we are together. This was a very simple, funny, easy, assignment! I hope yall enjoy my sillygoofymood picture!
  4. cogdog

    Tock, Tick, The Daily Trick

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    Most likely I mangled my attempt at wordplay in that title. I’m writing again about my belief/obsession with small acts of daily creativity. I have no real research, no data to back my hypothesis, but I will make up something that applying Curly’s Law to doing something small, new, micro challenging on a regular basis […]
  5. @rm_giles

    Niagara Falls 2018

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  6. teresa

    How in the World do Beautiful Monarch Butterflies Migrate?

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    The fact that the delicate but beautiful monarch butterflies migrate is a marvel of nature. From North America to Mexico, their migration is a marvel considering their small and delicate nature. Their populations are declining but there are ways you can help.

    The post How in the World do Beautiful Monarch Butterflies Migrate? appeared first on Science Alcove.

  7. teresa

    How in the World do Beautiful Monarch Butterflies Migrate?

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    The fact that the delicate but beautiful monarch butterflies migrate is a marvel of nature. From North America to Mexico, their migration is a marvel considering their small and delicate nature. Their populations are declining but there are ways you can help.

    The post How in the World do Beautiful Monarch Butterflies Migrate? appeared first on Science Alcove.

  8. amiddlet50

    The tweet is the new photograph

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    I am reading Susan Sontag’s seminal book On Photography from 1977. It’s interesting reading the book in an age where the act of photographing the world has exploded beyond what Sontag could have imagined – even though her critique of … Continue reading
  9. amiddlet50

    Productive failure, drawing and erasing – exploring visual literacies #twalk #possibilities

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    More walking, talking and Twalking (just about) I co-led a Twalk today on the subject of visual literacies as part of Sheffield Hallam University’s Learning & Teaching Conference with my colleague Helen Rodger. It was billed simply as a learning … Continue reading
  10. zsewunet

    Missing home! Dire Dawa’s special Ful. Served on the side of the road, it is one of the many fast foods Dire have to offer. #DireDawa #Ethiopia #Food #Travel

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    Missing home! Dire Dawa’s special Ful. Served on the side of the road, it is one of the many fast foods Dire have to offer. #DireDawa #Ethiopia #Food #Travel via Instagram Advertisements

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