A good photograph can be found anywhere. And anything makes a worthy subject. When we take the time to look for light and angles, when we play with composition and framing, even the most boring and plain objects reveal beauty and inspire thankfulness. We just have to train our eye to see it. So wherever you are in your photography journey...keep taking pictures. You may feel ridiculous at first but it'll be worth it.



Sweet Shot Tuesday


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  1. so true! love these close-ups, nice job

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    1. Thank you, April! I appreciate you taking time to comment.

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  2. I completely agree, and those green onions are wonderful!!

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  3. Sooooo true! I adore both these awesome still-life compositions. I especially love the light and water droplets in the first photo of the green onions. The second one makes me hungry! Blessings. . .

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    1. Thanks, Betty Jo! I am learning to work more and more with still life's just because of what you can learn about composition and what is pleasing to the eye.

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  4. You proved your point, the scallions look like art!

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    1. Art should be as filling and food should always be pretty :-)

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  5. oh, your shots are striking in their raw simplicity and beauty, Marty!

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