Blogging can be a chore. I've been off attending to other matters (life mostly).
I do have a project to share. For the past 10 years, I have introduced students to photography through a seemingly simple exercise. Look around, pay attention, go out and find as many letters of the alphabet as possible. The trick, however, is that the letters must not be human-made symbols, i.e., A-Z. Instead students must find shapes around them that look like letters. Each year, as the semester approaches, I get a little visual gymnastics going for myself by trying to complete the whole alphabet. It's really addicting. Here are a few samples of letters I've made recently.
Letter "B" Mission boards in a century-old barn in Northeast Kansas.