I was looking for “patterns” for the December 28 – One Word Project (Instagram) at Shutter Sisters. I thought I was just getting the wire fence, but I also got the two sets of branches – almost like a mirror image! I didn’t even see them until I processed the photo in Picfx. I’m constantly amazed by what our cameras reveal to us and once again I am reminded that I’m missing so much that’s going on around me by not paying attention.
i agree. we don’t slow down enough to really see. :)
Crafty Gardener says
I love discovering other items in the photos once I upload them to the computer. I think we are so focused on the main thing when taking the photos we forget to look at what else is there. Your fence photo turned out lovely.
Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) says
This is simply wonderful. It amazes me also how much more my camera sees than me. It’s certainly opened my eyes up more and more.
It is amazing what our camera lens sees that we sometimes miss…so that means we are doubly blessed with what our eyes see and our lens see. Beautiful shot!!
Carol L McKenna says
Very creative shot ~ Love it! ^_^
(A Creative Harbor) ^_^
The trick is to not admit that you didn’t see it :). BTW, I “didn’t see” LOTS of things in my photos too :)
Linda Primmer says
Beautiful photo. I especially appreciate great quality photos. My husband and myself look forward to improving our camera shots. happy new year from your newest follower, Linda
Spare Parts and Pics says
Love this shot… great eye and processing!!
Anne (cornucopia) says
Great shot! And great point about sometimes we can miss what’s right in front of us.
That’s why I love photos. That and being able to look back at them.
Viv (modifica) says
Beautiful shot Barb I love looking for that little something special that the camera catches…
Such peaceful image.
Lovely winter shot – happy new year!!
En liten pause says
Really amazing. This image evokes so much emotion……it could be a prompt for a writing class. LOL Or be on a postcard or calendar.
What lovely photo!! I am enchanted with it.
Lisa Gordon says
Wonderful shot, and what a neat surprise!
This is lovely.