Writing Skills Task #103

Writing Skills Task 103

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TASK 103
An Acorn
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Kathy K. McClellan

Kathy K. McClellan

Kathy started her lifelong interest in photography over fifty years ago with a Kodak Instamatic X-15, an inexpensive point and shoot film camera. Two more film cameras and three digital cameras have traveled with Kathy along her journey in life to where she is today.

Her interest in photography melded perfectly with her love of nature. She is constantly in awe of God's natural beauty around her and feels privileged to not only witness that beauty but to also capture it in her images.

Kathy has lived in five states and three different regions of the US. She is grateful for the abundance of beauty and inspiration that surrounds her where ever she lives.

After following several successful career paths over the years, Kathy decided to concentrate on promoting the arts and offer her photography for sale to the public. She has started writing and painting again as she had done in her past.

Modern technology is providing new opportunities and Kathy is excited to finally be able to share with others the beauty that she has witnessed.
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Ludwig Keck

An acorn, a large shiny acorn, lay forlornly in the middle of the foot path. There was no chance there for it to fulfill its mission, at best it would help a squirrel survive the coming winter. It was not pity that made me reach down and pick it up, just the perfect shape. The others in our hiking group would not be interested, so I slipped it into a pocket. There was much to see and enjoy here in the forest of the Appalachian foothills. The fall day was crisp yet pleasant. The colors of the turning trees captivating.… Read more »