They say a photograph is worth a thousand words, but of course, I’m going to have to add a few more…
There is so much I want to learn about taking photos and using Photoshop Elements to make them just as I want. For me sharing a photo is about sharing what I see and how I see it. Which is often more than the image taken.
The other evening I was wandering around the house fiddling and clicking away with my camera, just to see. Fiddle. Click. Look at the image… Click. Fiddle. Look at the image… Who knew there was so much to photograph in one house? Even my son started shooting me quizzical looks and you’d think he’d be used to me by now!
This sweet girl was curled up on the sofa, looking tired after an afternoon walk in the hills. Of all our dogs she is by far the sweetest and even after living with us for four years she still shows the effects of whatever she experienced whilst living on the streets. But for the most part, she is relaxed, happy and a faithful friend.
She looked so peaceful and content I thought this had to be this week’s Sunday Photo. Our house is not devoid of colour, I might add, I just thought I’d have a fiddle with black and white for a change.
My Sunday Photo
Flossy, tired and happy after an afternoon wander.
What’s the motivation behind your photo taking?
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