The theme of my other blog, and the photos I’ve been taking with my Nikon, is “finding the beauty in ordinary things”.
I found these vines growing on a wall in Barkley Village yesterday afternoon when I went to meet Steven for coffee. How many people pass by seemily ordinary things, like these vines, and fail to see the beauty – the twists and turns, the pop of red?
I think good photography (and believe me, I’m far from there) is somehow learning to capture the essence of an object, the soul of a person. It’s focusing on the extraordinary beauty in the mundane, everyday details of life that often go unnoticed.
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I like this one!