I have always loved going to the library and taking my time there, I mean time, rarely I am out of there in under 45mins. I mainly go for non-fiction books, I guess one reason is that it is easy enough to have a quick flick and decide if you will like the book. One thing about books is that you are always learning, I often get at least three or so photography books on all topics especially those that are not things that I normally photograph as I am always able to gain a new piece of wisdom.
I went tonight and came out with a swag of books, which are as follows.
Crafting Frames at Home – The Editors of Country Living
Hardware Style : 100 Creative Decorating Ideas Using Materials from Every Aisle of the Home Center Store – Marthe Le Van
The Encyclopedia of Quilting and Patchwork Techniques – Katharine Guerrier (different edition though)
Poster Art in Australia: The Streets as Art Galleries Walls Sometimes Speak – Roger Butler with National Gallery of Australia
How to Take Great Photographs at Night : Carefully Structured Assignments to Help Improve Your Technique – Richard Newman
Photographing People – John Hedgecoe
Capturing the Night With Your Camera: How to Take Great Photographs After Dark – John Carucci
Weekend Projects: Over 150 Quick and Easy Makeovers – Petra Boase
Fast, Fun & Easy Irresist-A-Bowls – Linda Johansen
Portfolios That Sell: Professional Techniques for Presenting and Marketing Your Photographs – Selina Oppenheim
Special Effects Photography (Pro-Photo Series) – David Daye
The AVA Guide to Travel Photography – Keith Wilson
Discover Australia By Road – Hema Maps
Viewfinder: 100 Top Locations For Great Travel Photography – Keith Wilson
Simple Knits for Sophisticated Living: Quick-Knit Projects from Beautiful, Chunky Yarns – Barbara Albright
200 Crochet Blocks for Blankets, Throws, and Afghans : Crochet Squares to Mix and Match – Jan Eaton
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I’m interested in that night shots book! We’re going to Vegas this weekend and I just realized I don’t know how to take night pictures! At least, I’ve never tried!
Helen, you inspired me. I haven’t been to the library since we moved here and we’d only been to the library once or twice at our last place (the kids were too young to be expected to behave in the library).
We went yesterday and Isak got 2 “I Spy” books; Anja got a bunch of non-fiction children’s books; I got 3 photography books; and I got 5 books geared toward children on Spain along with a “Learn to Speak Spanish” audio CD. How cool is that? Why on earth do I not utilize the library more??? We’re leaving in just over a month and now it’s too late to get much out of it. Hopefully there’s a good library on the base in Spain!
i’m sooooooooooooooo with you. i was just in the non-fiction section today for over an hour and I still didn’t see everything!
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