Giving Thanks on Thanksgiving

Today’s Post by Joe Farace

Thanksgiving in North America came from European and Native American traditions as a time for people to rejoice after a hard day’s work.

The World Wide Web is a way that we can share our thoughts and images with others, no matter where they may be on this planet. Over the years I’ve made some great friends some of whom I would have never have known except for the Internet. And so today I want to  take this day to give thanks, starting with…

Thanks go out to Barry Staver for his continued friendship and  inspiration that his images have always given me. Thanks to Cliff Lawson an amazingly gifted photographer for the time we share together laughing and learning about life, cars and photography. Thanks to Kevin Elliott whose calm measured response to my panic at whatever computer crisis I was going through and for his skills and talents that always rescued the day.

A big thank you goes out to Tim Fiedler for his hard work in shaping this blog and my other websites and blogs. He’s a talented computer/software/web genius, an inventive photographer, and just plain good guy.

Thanks to all the sponsors on the right hand side of this page. Without their great products and support it would be hard for me to try to Save the World, One Pixel at a Time. Thanks to all the Shutterbug magazine readers and readers of this blog, Twitter followers for hanging in there with me over the years. Your loyalty and support help me write these posts.

And finally finally a special thanks to my wife, Mary who makes me happy every day of my life by showing how much she cares and inspiring me to be the very best version of myself. When I met her more than thirty-five years ago I could never guess at what our life would become, the travels we would have and the photographs and memories that we would create together. She is a shining beacon of what being a truly kind person is all about and by her actions and example have shown me how to be the person that I try to be. I only hope to live long enough to become that kind of person that she is.