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I was totally unaware that I was the runner up for the January 2007 competition. My husband stumbled across it yesterday. I just wanted to thank you so much for choosing my work.
Thankyou for the article on dyslexia that I read. I have dyslexia. I discovered it myself. I had an awful time in school. But I grew up in a small town where schools did not recognize those kinds of problems. They have just in recent years started testing children for learning disabilities. I always had trouble with math it gave me headaches and I figured out I was putting my numbers in the wrong places, in spelling I can not remember whether to use a,e, an I write p,b,d for eachother. I have been told that I pronounce words wrong. Like saying coal for cool. But to me it sounds proper. And wen I type i have to watch my fingers to make sure I am hitting the right keys.Otherwise I spell words that are in no dictionary. And I can’t spell the same word the same way in the same letter I am writing. I found out things from your article that I got in trouble for when I was a child that I now know were not my fault. When I read a book with small print I have to put something under the lines or I read 2-3 sentences at the same time and can’t understand why they sound weird. I figured that out on my own. And I have discovered that one advantage I have to being dyslexic is that I can read better when I turn the paper upside down. I was worried that something was wrong when some days I was worse than others till I read your article that says when a person is tired it is worse for them. I have noticed too that when I am having sinus pressure it is worse too. Thankyou.
Thanks Bobbi. I’m seeing more and more dyslexia in students in certain areas, like photography. Time schools paid attention to it.
Do you have a link that works for your night infrared photography?
I’m looking at starting a new research project with corals using infrared imagine as one component of the project and would love to view your link.
All the best
Horniman Museum & Gardens
try this https://www.dimagemaker.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/02/05/it-doesnet-need-to-stop-when-the-sun-goes-down-night-time-infrared-photography/