Behind my house "Cat Jump Park"

Behind my house "Cat Jump Park"
Behind my house "Cat Jump Park"

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Picture This!!!

How to take photos with our mind.... All I had to do was really focus on what I wanted to capture, it was important. I needed to include my feelings on the picture. When you blinked hard and thought hard the photo was taken.

I can still remember the virtual photo from the day I took it as the sky was cloudless and very blue.

My feet were sore from walking from the nearby hill. My hair was blowing around my face this made it clear to me how well it all worked in composing the picture.

My camera, photos are a great way to jog my memory and capture an image. After all these are good mories to have.


Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Michiko,
You captured this beautiful Protea flower just perfect. Yes, it teaches us how to focus on our own lives as well. For getting the picture, the beautiful picture without having it disturbed by others...
Hugs and love to you,

orchid Miyako said...

Dearet Michiko-san,
I DO agree with you that we just have to focus on what image we want to capture; recently I really reminded that how important it is for taking pictures and also for our own lives (like Mariette said). Let's have have for taking pictures and blogging (for you golfing as well)♡♡♡

此方は、だんだん秋らしく涼しくなって来ました。 まだゴルフをされるのに、余り暑くないと良いですが♪♪♪

Sending you lots of love and hugs to my dear Japanese friend, xoxo Miyako*

Katie Isabella said...

Dear Sis, it was so great a pleasure to see you posting pictures again. I love the ones of your garden and around your home. Certainly I love to see your grandchildren.

Here where I am, as you know it will be turning Winter before too long but all of the golfers are still out there on the courses, playing every day. BUT it is not too cold yet.

xoxoxoxox Sis, Katie, Miyuki and Victoria.

I use "comment moderation" in my blogs and so when someone puts a comment onto one of my blogs after the blog is more than 1 day old, then, I get a notification that there is a comment to approve and then, it will published in the blog. That is why sometimes you don't see a comment for a few days. I haven't gotten there yet to log in and "approve" of the comment.

This comment moderation keeps the bad people out who make bad remarks.


Here I Am Carrie said...

I love that "how to take a photo with your mind". Because it is not the camera but the mind that really is taking the photo. It sets the scene and then clicks. Yes photos are memories for me. I have little or no past memory for so many things. I often think vacations are a waste of money as 2 years later I hardly remember them. Only the photos and just that scene then. Your flower is just lovely a memory captured forever.

Magia da Inês said...

A primeira flor não conheço, o miolo dela parece algodão. Muito interessante! A segunda eu conheço pelo nome de "camarão", os beija-flores gostam muito dela.




Mei said...

Nice to see you drop by again Michiko. I am study Photography next spring, hopefully Creative writing as well if I have enough battery left on me! LOL... hope you're keeping well.

Mei said...

Thanks for your comments Michiko, I hope you're well. Take care my friend.