Pictures are worth a thousand words. A phrase we've all heard at some point in our lives, and with good reason. As a student in the photojournalism program at UGA, I've already learned so much about the importance of taking photographs. It's more than just pushing a button. It's capturing memories, documenting people and relationships. It's an incredibly powerful thing.
When was the last time you flipped through your old family photos, laughing, crying, smiling as you think back on the distant and distinct memories? That's what I want to do this week for The Swamp Blog. There are over 58,000 photos uploaded on The Swamp's Flickr page. 58,000 memories. 58,000 stories. I wanted to share some of the my personal favorites that I've stumbled upon over the months. Take some time to look at these moments captured at summer camp, retreats, and Swamp Corps trips! Think about the stories being told, the memories made, the relationships that begin, and all that God has been able to do through The Swamp over the years.
Until next week,
Dec. 29-Jan. 1
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