Sep 20, 2014

Simplicity: ONE

Our topic for the month of September in the Focus on Life: 2014 weekly photography challenge is SIMPLICITY and for week 38, Sally has prompted us with:



ONE 


One being, one part, one piece.  We are all ONE.

Capture a photograph with only one subject or one piece or a small part of a subject.

This week I received my first certification in the IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) industry of which my husband and I are immersed in with our business.

It is one step, with more to follow.

I am one, of many.

As is this one,.....



Let's see what everyONE else has captured this week, shall we? 

Until Next Time,
Peace, Love and One Simple Step.
Cheers,
~Shel~


12 comments:

  1. Gorgeous photo! I don't know what IAQ is but I sounds interesting. Good luck!

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    1. Thank you Alice! IAQ stands for Indoor Air Quality. I'm basically a mold inspector.

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    1. Thank you Claire! IAQ is the Indoor Air Quality. I'm a Council-certificed Structural Mold Investigator (as of last Monday). :-)

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  3. Amazing, such serenity and soft colors to surround this one bird.

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  4. I always love your sunset / sunrise pictures Shel - you live in a beautiful spot

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    1. Thanks Cynthia - I think we live in beautiful area, too! Even when the temps are 100+, it's still pretty. :-)

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  5. Shel, congratulations on your certification! You are apparently right AND left-brain. It sounds like a rigorous certification process. How many more do you have to complete? (Love the little birdie perched in the water.)

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    1. Thanks Paula! I need to get my CMI (certified microbial investigator) certification w/in two years of this one I just got, my CSMI - Council-certified Structural Mold Investigator, because it's accredited by the Council for Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB) which a nationally recognized independent accreditation body and the one I just got is a non-accredited certification offered by acac.org. And then I would like to get my CIAQM - Certified Indoor Air Quality Manager certification - it really encompasses more of what I do as it pertains to helping clients w/their indoor air quality needs/issues and interpreting data results from the lab and things of this nature. This is quite the different path from my GIA training! LOL!!

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  6. Lovely sunset, with the one bird enjoying the last of the light.

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