Features

Point of view

... I went to Harold Parker State Park

by Tom Dillon

I went to the Harold Parker State Park to do a photo shoot. I kept looking around for views to record and I stood at the top of a banking, trying to compose the best angle. I was standing on pine needles that turned out to be worse than ice. Without warning, I was tumbling down the banking toward the water. I caught hold of a branch and ended my fall. On my fanny. I had ripped a large cut on my arm and scraped my legs. When I got back my composure and was still sitting there, I figured that this was the best position for my picture. Do you agree?





August 3, 2012


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