There’s No Place Like Home

Summary – I’ve had very little time for photography recently. Well – that’s behind me now (almost).  Finally gotten away from the PC & back to the camera.

A few days ago I started on today’s post

and prematurely hit the publish button

OOPS!

What follows is what I meant to do –

Illustrate that interesting images can be made

Without ever venturing out of your front door

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I was photographing a tulip

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When I noticed this next item alongside it

A holder for small sheets of glass

And I thought to myselfabstracts

1, 2, & 3 are keyed to the images that follow

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#1

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#2

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#3

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Now if you believe the world needs another shot of

A famous photo icon – maybe half-dome at Yellowstone

Go right out & shoot it

I’m sure it will be different from the

Millions that have already been done 😉

Me?

I’d rather make images not previously seen


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4 thoughts on “There’s No Place Like Home

  1. Great looking macros Ed. I agree about creating something new and different. My favorite place is “Macro World”.

    • Thanks for your observation that confirms my thoughts. It’s fine to learn by copying the “same old images”, but eventually it’s time to break out of the mold and do something new, something not seen before. Sure, they won’t all be winners but, also, they won’t all be the same as what everyone else is doing.

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