A few weeks ago we wrapped up the Instructor-Led version of the A Sense of Place eCourse. To encourage the participants to follow through and complete a final project, I offered up guest post slots on my blog. The content was wide open, whatever they were inspired by from the eCourse. I’ve enjoyed sharing the posts from class participants this week, and today is the last. Please leave lots of comment love for the guest authors!
A Sense of Place: Mesa Verde
The Mesa Verde Cliff Dwellings in Colorado are some of the most intriguing places I’ve visited. Viewing and wandering around in these ancient dwellings gives one the sense of how this group of people lived from 500 BC to 1200 BC, how difficult life was, how challenging each day might have been for them. One stands in the midst of the ruins that have survived for thousands of years and marvels at the genius of the builders, to have their creations survive for so long in the elements. It’s truly an awe-inspiring place.
You can find more of Lynne Foerster’s work on her Flickr photostream.
Would you like to share an A Sense of Place guest post? You can too! The only requirement is that you’ve taken the eCourse, either the Instructor Led version or the new On Demand version that is now available. Contact Kat for the rest of the details.