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FEATURED in _ Lighting and Focus_
FEATURED in Special Moments-October 2011
FEATURED in Special Moments
FEATURED in Welcome to Washington

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STEAM DONKEY PROJECT – UPDATE

You know when you pursue a story or a dream sometimes you find yourself within a story or a dream?

I found myself within a dreamlike story…while researching –searching for my Steam Donkey Project.

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Canon Powershot A3100IS, shutter 1/25, aperture f/2.7, ISO 800, focal 6.2mm, no flash, center weighted avg.

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Comments

  • Luke Brannon
    Luke Brannonover 3 years ago

    What an incredible story. So glad you’re still with us to share it!

  • Hey! Thanks Luke…glad you are still here too. Have a great new year and keep reading too.

    – Cara Schingeck

  • Douglas Adams I mean.

    – Cara Schingeck

  • icesrun
    icesrunover 3 years ago

    Another great part to your story!! Very good capture.

  • Thank you!

    – Cara Schingeck

  • abigcat
    abigcatover 3 years ago

    How often we listen but don’t hear. So wrapped up within ourselves. Glad you made it out, looking forward to seeing the Steam Donkey :-))

  • Thanks.

    – Cara Schingeck

  • Catherine Berger
    Catherine Bergerover 3 years ago

    Interesting story and image! Glad you got out safely.

  • Thanks for the comment…I appreciate your feedback and your consideration for my safety too!

    – Cara Schingeck

  • You know what is even more interesting as I view my images…I graduated in 1983 from high school that same year a girl who we all in my class highly regarded as being the most positive and cheerful one of us…well, she killed herself just before our graduation ceremony on the tracks at Edmonds, Washington. None of us could believe it at the time and so many rumors circulated as to why such a vibrant girl would do such a thing…just rumors you understand. Now that I look back at what I have written of that day and what I know guided me which I do know is unexplainable I find this image even more intriguing just as the first Steam Donkey image I took which began this project.

    – Cara Schingeck

  • Janis Read-Walters
    Janis Read-Wal...over 3 years ago

    CONGRATULATIONS you have been featured in “All about finding the Unusual in the Usual” great angle, great shot :o)

  • freckles2
    freckles2over 3 years ago

  • Thank you for featuring my work

    – Cara Schingeck

  • Emilie Trammell
    Emilie Trammellover 3 years ago

  • Vincent Frank
    Vincent Frankover 3 years ago

    Congratulations on the Feature in Welcome to Washington (the State) group.

  • Thank you for featuring my work

    – Cara Schingeck

  • linmarie
    linmariealmost 3 years ago

    “beautiful”

  • Thank you for featuring this work from my series “Searching for the Steam Donkey” in the SPECIAL MOMENTS group for a second time. I appreciate yours and my fellow artists at Red Bubble’s recognition and feedback.

    – Cara Schingeck

  • Ken Hill
    Ken Hillalmost 3 years ago

    Great image

  • Thank you

    – Cara Schingeck

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