I took this photo when I went on a hike recently. I was drawn to the amazing light hitting the flowers. It’s amazing that we can pass by so many beautiful things and not really “see” them. We need to take more time to stop and enjoy the little things in life.
I took this photo of my friend’s dog recently. I think we can learn quite a bit from dogs. They’re generally pretty happy and really appreciate the small things that life has to offer.
I took this photograph on Christmas day 2015. It was mild out and felt almost like Spring. I feel like Spring is the most hopeful season. You know positive things are coming. It’s when the weather is starting to get nice again and plants start to come alive.
When life hands you lemons, make lemonade. I took this photo in Italy. Lemons are my favourite fruit. They tasted so fresh and were absolutely delicious.
I kept a slight blur on my camera when I took this photo. It kind of reminds of an inkblot that is used in the Rorschach test.
When I saw this flower tilting it reminded of the quote following quote: “The green reed which bends in the wind is stronger than the mighty oak which breaks in a storm.” Confucius
The branches remind me of a hand that is extended up in the air for a high five.
I was testing out settings on my camera when I took this photo. It actually turned out a bit different than I thought it would. I kind of like how some parts of the flowers are sort of disappearing or ghosting in the background. It adds to the lost/ethereal feeling in this shot.
I took my dog for a hike on Christmas Day. I captured this shot as we were walking through the park. I think dog’s have the right idea. Always take time to stop and smell the roses. There are so many amazing things created in nature and so much beauty. Taking a page from my dog’s perspective, I’veContinue reading “The Beauty in Nature”
I like blurring my photos so that they are not always so literal. I think it adds a bit of mystery and whimsy to the mood. It also allows people to look at the image and see something beyond what’s actually in the photo.