A snippet from an article I wrote recently for Christian Today:

I grew up in a household where my parents were always keen to take photos on holidays and at family events. I remember my mother had a Box Brownie camera and she took photos of the TV when Neil Armstrong walked on the moon! Photo taking is a nice tradition and I inherited the habit.

When my children were young, they loved flipping through our photo albums and seeing themselves as babies, and my husband and myself as children. For whatever reason, perhaps because of the change to digital photos, my grandchildren don’t show the same level of interest in my photo albums.

Large collections of photo albums have proven problematic in other ways.

To read the rest of the article, click here.