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“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”– Aaron Siskind
Wednesday Challenge – Camera from GC and SueW.
This week, partner Susan and I invite you to write about the CAMERA/s you use. Tell us or show us.
This week Susan and I challenge you to not only present your creative and artistic photo here but also tell us the type of camera used: cell phone, brownie, high tech or what have you.
Feel free to interpret the challenge to suit you – Words, Pictures, Poetry, and Rhyme.
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I am not a very good photographer. My photos are often fuzzy because I move the camera/ phone too soon. And I am not very keen to take pictures either. That is unless it’s one of my grandchild! If one of them is around and behaving cutely, I’ll take a few pictures. But the chances of them coming out good are not high.
One thing that changed my desire to take pictures wherever we went was a chance comment that I read somewhere. It said that when we see a thing of wonder and beauty, instead of enjoying it, we start taking pictures, and then the moment is lost to us. After reading this, I felt it to be too true. So instead of taking pictures from a camera or phone, I take pictures with my eyes and store them in my brain. And as you might have guessed, I don’t remember all the glorious sights that I have witnessed, but I sure remember that I enjoyed them at that moment.
A few pictures that I DID take and came out okay.