If You’re Going to Dream, Dream Big – One Million Photos

I ran across this blog a few minutes ago (apparently WordPress decided that posting it yesterday wasn’t going to happen so a few minutes ago was about 20+ hours ago) while looking for something else unrelated, https://onemillionphotographs.com/. I don’t know how close Liz is to reaching one (1) million photos, but she has a pretty impressive Bucket List: https://onemillionphotographs.com/my-bucketlist/ with 994 items on it. Here are some of the places she has traveled and photographed: https://onemillionphotographs.com/places-ive-traveled-and-photographed/.

I found Liz through another blogger who re-blogged her blog. This isn’t the link to that re-blog, but it’s an article along the same lines of dreaming big: https://cristianmihai.net/2018/11/28/you-gotta-dream/.

Liz is the second blogger I ran across who has a Bucket List on her blog. I have been thinking of adding one, and Liz has a pretty impressive list to start with. I like how she keeps an item on her Bucket List once it’s completed with a link showing more information. The first blogger was https://allynikk.wordpress.com/bucket-list/.

My biggest Bucket List completion was making it to Finland in 2005, a Bucket List item that I never thought I would be able to achieve. It came with a half day side trip to Estonia which was a nice bonus as I got to visit a castle. From a more doable one, getting to visit relatives who are buried in southeast Kansas happened in 2014 and I really need to finish that post.

About ICT Genealogist

Originally from Gulfport, Mississippi. Live in Wichita, Kansas now. I suffer Bipolar I, ultra-ultra rapid cycling, mixed episodes. Blog on a variety of topics - genealogy, DNA, mental health, among others. Let's collaborateDealspotr.com
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2 Responses to If You’re Going to Dream, Dream Big – One Million Photos

  1. Jamie Gates says:

    Making a bucket list is a really great idea–I hadn’t thought of it! Thanks for sharing Liz’s work, I’m always looking for more blogs to follow these days.

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