I don’t think I’ve ever seen a Pearson fishing and reading which seems weird as surlyb it’d b r ghd perfect pwsg time whilst stalking your hook for movement.
Butterflys are far from being easy to photograph. They tend to flutter around randomly and are never stable enough for a picture. When they do decide to perch somewhere they like closing their wings hiding their beauty from spying lenses.
🐦: Do humans ever think about us when they start building?
It’s very frustrating when you get stuck in a car, taxi or bus and there’s wonderful scenery outside just waiting for a picture. Photography through glass just never works out the same, especially moving glass.
I tend to find that when your in a plane looking down at the world, it some how doesn’t feel real. It appears virtual and out of your reach, but also it is as though you could just put your hand out and move it around like a toy.
I’ve visited the mediterranean sea a total of 4 times this spring, a cycling trip in March and 3 walks this April. Cycling is a lot easier of course but it’s hard to observe your surroundings as your rushing past everything. For a photographer, it’s definitely not easy as you have to position your bike in the right direction and get your camera out. Whilst with walking all that’s required is a quick jog to catch up with the rest…
Roses and flowers are very pretty, beautiful even, but unless you have a selection for each season, most of the year you’ll just see balls of green and brown.
I always ruin the last day of holidays and trips, I spend the morning panicking and fretting over forgetting something. When I reach the airport or station I then spend my time panicking over whether or not I have my passport, phone, camera, hand luggage and the list just goes on. By the time I get home I’m completely worn out, I’m not sure if I’ll ever know whether all of this is necessary as I’d probably be far too…
City skylines are one of those snaps everyone has to get. Unfortunately, we didn’t manage to stop and get a picture of the standard skyline in Doha.
Lately, this little squirrel has been popping around to visit my grandmas garden. He returned again on Tuesday for a healthy brunch of rosehips. This time he appeared in the cottage garden, creeping along the fence, then down the trellis, diving for the rosehips and then scuttling up a fence post. After finding a comfy seat he began enjoying his snack. He seems to like perching on vantage points where he can observe what’s going on around him. Squirrels have…