i see . i click


at the end of a sidewalk a late autumn bloom
waves atop a tall stem whispering ... be bright . keep blooming

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a gentle curve amid a gray stone wall encourages me to be supportive . strong . unique

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a metal sun awash in natural tones smiles and reminds me to grasp boldness . style . flare

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may you find yourself noticing life in a different way . with camera in hand

18 comments:

rachel awes said...

YES! keep blooming!
i have thought lately
about how i can still
be spring in late fall.
xoxox

renilde said...

Beautiful, by making the vieuw smaller it seems to get bigger.

Clare B said...

I notice many more details when I have my camera in hand - angles and shadows that I'd miss otherwise. Lately I've been finding that I notice these things without my camera and am always thinking "where's my camera?"

Judy said...

I sure do...

S. Etole said...

most definitely ...

Tracy said...

I just love all the details here... And yes, I feel that I see all the better with camera as extension of my hand. :o) Happy Day, Elk ((HUGS)) P.S. Yes, the snow we had yesterday felt early, even for here...LOL...

Betsy said...

pretty! I always love to see those few late, brave blooms!

The sun is amazing!

spread your wings said...

it is so true, that with a camera in hand, we see things differently and it becomes more than just a photo. but you know how to combine them so well - the imagery and life lesson. thanks

becky at abbeystyle said...

now, just to remember to put the camera in my bag EVERY day!!!

MaggieGem said...

Great post... amazing how one sees so much more when they have their camera handy!

Excellent advice...

Relyn said...

That middle picture kills me with all the wonderful texture.

Laura said...

You see. You click.

I enjoy.

:) Lovely, as always, sweet friend!

Caroline said...

Just wonderful Elk. The world seems to take on new meaning with a camera in hand...

Jewels said...

Thanks for the encouragement to go out!

Jaime said...

Hmmmm...that last sentence.
It's funny how your perception of things changes once you embrace photography. I see the world in pictures. Always. Whether I have my camera or not.

Gayle at Planet M Files said...

Thank you for the morning inspiration!

maccandace said...

I agree, I see the world in pictures, too. Some people find that an artificial way of seeing but, for me, it enhances everything. I especially notice the quality of light, shadows, textures...

Marcie said...

Amazing how the smallest of details become 'art' - when we look..when we see!