Apparently, I’m not too shabby with a camera. I’ve been an amateur photographer for a good decade and a half now (a little over that, actually), ever since I got my first camera for Christmas, and it’s something I love. Most of the pictures that accompany my poems are ones that I’ve taken (unless otherwise noted). It’s so much fun; I can’t imagine not having a camera to play around with. And, while I do miss my old film cameras, it’s nice that with my DSLR, I can take as many pictures as I want without having to worry about paying to have bad pictures developed. Of course, this has also made me a little more careless, I think, in my composition, but such is life.
But I digress. When I post something new here, I usually head over to Facebook and share the link in a couple of groups I’m in. Last week, my post “Lonesome Call” gathered a bit of attention there, as someone found my photo of a lone tree in a field near my hometown particularly inspiring. She crafted a whole poem around the image, which I was quite flattered to read. Apparently it’s been making its way around the web via Facebook, from what I can tell. If you’d like to take a look for yourself, you can find it here.
If you decide to check it out, I hope you’ll enjoy. 🙂
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7 thoughts on “Camera skills”
Great photos and poem. 🙂
Thanks! I do love both of them. 😀
It’s good. Not as good your own poetry; but still very flattering.
I thought so. That it was good, I mean, not the other part. 🙂
Beautiful pictures! And lovely website, too.
Aww, thank you! I’m glad you liked them (and the site)! 🙂