LorReflections

Shoreline, United States

Lori is a published writer with a passion for photography. Her writings and photographs have been featured in various paper publications...

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Lori is a published writer with a passion for photography. Her writings and photographs have been featured in various printed publications. She also writes unique SEO key-worded content for e-commerce web sites.

Lori has background experience as lay counselor for victims of abuse and PTSD, newspaper reporter, county level advocate for victims of crimes, and coordinator for a womens shelter (rape/domestic violence). She presently resides in Northwest Washington State with her wonderful husband of 16 years, where she continues to regain mobility after serious health complications.

Lori’s photography is a vehicle that enables her to embrace nature once again and reconnect with the world. Through images captured, processed, and presented, Lori seeks to provide a glimpse of the world as seen through her eyes of faith and hope.

FAVORITE QUOTE: “I would have lost heart unless I had believed that I would see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living.” Psalm 27:13

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Lori’s images are not public domain property; they are privately owned copyrighted images and the property of Lori S. Anton. Reproduction, publication, printing, transmitting, or any type use or exploitation of any of the content, in whole or in part – is prohibited by law without written permission.
2012 © Lori S. Anton

  • Joined: January 2012

Journal

Hoodwinked!

Hoodwinked! / By Lori S. Anton © 1998 / “She sounds exactly like what I’m looking for,” I gushed excitedly into the phone. “Can’t wait to meet her!” / I’d been searching for a sheltie for months, scanning the pets section of the classifieds daily. I finally came across a promising looking ad: Precious medium-sized dog: white socks, white bib, big brown eyes; sweet disposition, intelligent…
Posted about 5 years – 26 comments

M.P.A.D. (To Brighten Your Day!)

MPAD – It Could Happen to You! / © 1998 Lori S. Anton / While watering scarlet runners growing along the fence that separates my back yard from the neighbor’s pasture one day recently, I couldn’t help but smile. The calves were at it again, butting heads and acting just plain rowdy. What a delightful sight! Suddenly, the sun shone brighter, the air smelled sweeter, and a general sense of…
Posted over 5 years – 4 comments
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