Taking a photo every day has been good for me. I’m taking more chances and learning along the way. I’m also noticing things I once missed, like this old fence. We’ve walked by it hundreds of times, but one morning the sun was hitting a few remaining leaves echoing the rusted metal.
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You have the most incredible eye for photography! I could walk by that post a million times and still never see the beauty you’ve produced here. Well done!
Well, it took me quite a few times, but thanks! : )
That is a beautiful fence! The lighting is so warm and colorful and I totally understand what you are talking about with regards to seeing things you never saw before. It is such a wonderful experience!
Thanks, Mindy! I now find myself looking at everything differently.
I love that about photography – noticing the small things that you overlooked everyday.
Keep taking chances – love this capture!
Thank you! I’m flattered that you would stop by–I’m such a fan of your work.
Photography is such an art – you capture moments that others would miss.
Thanks so much. You do the same with your writing.
Very special. The golden color, the rust, the dead leaf…
I love this photo especially the rust colors and how you captured beauty in ordinary objects. I will definitely be adding your blog as a subscription. Love your photos and look forward to more. Jeanne
Thank you and welcome!