When I was fifteen I was told, by the time I was forty, light would become dark. My day would become night. My deafness would become deaf-blindness. (Usher syndrome means I was born with hearing loss, and will gradually experience vision loss until I become blind.) The ratio of four out of five would become three out of five, just sixty percent of my senses working. And there is nothing I can . . .
During Sunsets for Kate I have invited others to share a sunset story. This post is from Iris who has shared many beautiful sunsets with me. Iris Mhlanga from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe Where and when was the sunset taken? My favorite sunset of all time was captured during an emotional sailing trip on Lake Kariba in Zimbabwe, Africa. The lake itself is a fisherman's paradise with upside trees in . . .
During Sunsets for Kate I have invited others to share a sunset story. This post is from Sarah who has Usher syndrome. Sarah from Michigan, United States Where and when was the sunset taken? This photo was taken in September 2011. I was on my way home from photographing an event in Grand Rapids. I'd been running around like a crazy person with my camera for hours (and for some stupid reason, . . .
During Sunsets for Kate I have invited others to share a sunset story. This post is from Rick who has Usher syndrome. Rick Brouwer from Vlaardingen, Netherlands Where was the sunset taken? Cliffs of Moher, Ireland Why were you inspired to capture that moment? It was and still is a magical moment. I was never before in Ireland. I have met Deborah Heffernan and Carol Brill (both with Usher . . .
During Sunsets for Kate, I have invited others to share a sunset story. This post is from a fellow student in my Do What You Love e-course. Jill Lauriston from Sheffield, United Kingdom When and where was the sunset taken? I took this amazing sunset photograph about 30 years ago just using a little throw away camera, of the sun setting over a field of sunflowers in the Tarn region of . . .