Photo Journal Challenge

Do you have a photograph you’d like to share with the world? Well I can’t promise you the world but there are about 3,000 visitors to PhotolisticLife every week who would love to hear your story. Send your photograph with your story and see it on PhotolisticLife. Share your world, the way you see it, with the rest of us… We’d love to see it.

Cairns

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Janice from P.A. sends us this photograph she took while on vacation with an explanation of what a Cairn is,

“Cairns are mounds of stones erected to mark a trail, an alter, or a shrine.  In Hawaii, such a cairn is called an “Ahu”.  This Ahu was found on the rocky ledges of Kauai.”

Chances are, if you havent been living in a cave, you have seen a cairn before.  They are used extensively to mark hiking and mountain biking trails all around the world.  That would make a great photo challenge if you need an idea, take a photograph of every cairn you see from now on and put together a series and submit them to PhotolisticLife using the link below and it may be featured on the site.

Memorial

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She also included a photograph of a memorial she found on the edge of a rocky ledge along the ocean in Kaua’i.  You’d be hard pressed to find a more beautiful memorial spot in the U.S..

 

Remember, if you’d like to share your art with the rest of the world don’t hesitate to submit them via the link below (called “Submit Your Pictures Here!” weirdly enough). There are other ways to have your photograph featured on the website as well, periodically we will feature a photograph that represents the “This is America Challenge” or “Great Places to Photograph”. As always, thank you for your wonderful submissions and please keep them coming. Enjoy!

So who is next? Include your name, where you shot the picture, what the picture is of, and why you took it.

Submit Your Picture Here!

Do not copy, distribute or otherwise use the images on this site. Images are property of the photographers who submit them.

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