It certainly helps you to recognise the beauty amongst the drudgery of slog doesn't it...not that there is ever drudgery when you are living your perfect, creative life!
What a great camera! and yes, I know what you mean - I've found myself looking at things and imagining the photo too! Isn't that funny? Kind of like when we all started texting and the evolution of the advanced thumbs!! Thanks for this - made me smile :) K
I like the way your lens like mind works.
That's an interesting way to describe it. You must be very strong in the visual department!
Ah, another photography convert! Yay :)
Snap! I have the exact camera... well, without the strap, that is! I do find it hard to 'snap' out of (pardon the pun!) the camera lens eyes and back into using normal eyes, thankfully I have a 2.5 kilometre trip down the driveway before I get to the main road, so it gives me time to adjust before I really have to concentrate! But you do just get this thing of really looking and seeing all the beauty in everything around you - and wanting to capture every last shot.
I quite agree. :-)
I'm with you ~ plus I am now taking photos ALL the time.
What a neat way to share your space. And it's true--some of that space is in the camera itself!
I know the feeling. Sometimes a camera can catch a moment that can be worth so much more.
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