With this blog I have begun a journey to improve my photography skills. My goal is to take photos everyday, and post my favorite photo from that day on this blog. So far, I have learned a lot, and try to share my experiences. Many of you have made comments on the blog, via email, or when you see me in person. I really appreciate all of them. I learn a lot from each of you.
I hope that you will join me in my journey, and help me along the way. I have so much to learn.
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Week 49, Day 344, April 8, 2010, Inside the Forsythia Bush
As a child I enjoyed climbing underneath trees and bushes. We would build "forts" in areas like this. Today when I was looking at the forsythia bush, I began taking photographs. The photographs looked like typical forsythia bush photos showing the bright yellow blossoms of spring. I then crawled under the bush, and found myself transported back to being a child, and seeing things from another angle.
Enjoy life, and don't forget to look at things from different perspectives.
I think the paragraph above describes the lesson that I relearned today.
Photo details: Exposure time 1/30 sec, Aperture f/5.4, ISO 100, Focal Length 22 mm, Lens Canon EF 17-40mm, handheld, circular polarizer filter.