"Signs of the Times" - Results from Photo Assignment 37


"Tomorrow who knows." What a perfect sign of the time. And we have an entire gallery of images from TDS members who have been observing the world around them and capturing those pictures to share right here. This March 09 Photo Assignment Gallery shows just a few of the markers we pass by daily.

The May 2009 assignment is "Rim Lighting." Start working on your contribution now. Details can be found on the Submissions page. You can submit photo assignment pictures up to 600 pixels in the widest direction. Please follow the instructions carefully for labeling the subject line of the email for your submission. It's easy to lose these in the pile of mail if not labeled correctly. For example, the subject line for next month's assignment should be: "Photo Assignment: May 2009." Also, if you can, please don't strip out the metadata. And feel free to add any IPTC data you wish (These fields in particular: Caption, Credit, Copyright, Byline), I use that for the caption info.

Good luck with your May assignment, and congratulations to all of the fine contributors for March. It's an illustrative collection of images.

Photo by David Bream.

More Signs of the Times Stories

Closing of Virgin and Thriving of Apple - Juxtaposition in SF

Redwood Empire Food Bank

The Closing of Gottschalks Department Stores

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