Today was a quick stop at the park, with a short snap at the end; I feel I can’t capture what I want when I’m under pressure or having to keep one eye focused on my lens and one on the lad. But I could stare at this face all day.
I like moss. Both the literal moss, and the Moss character on “the IT crowd”, and my friend the Moss’s, who had a baby boy on the 17th. 8lbs 10oz. One day, I will have a lawn composed entirely of moss, thus eliminating the need of a lawn-mower.
I seriously love going out, and instantly being able to tap into that creative flow of energy. It makes this whole experience satisfying, and fulfilling in a way I wasn’t expecting. It’s as if I am doing exactly what I should be doing, in the here and now. Enjoy. My husband said of the above photograph, “This one looks like a lonely guy standing on a beach”.
And, I wish to name the above, “Tears of the Sun”.
I know my DOF is off on most of this childs pictures… but I like the shots anyways. He’s adorable.
Oh wow. what agony. I am doing a throwbacktuesday today, because, for some reason, my wonderful images from this morning were dismissed from either my camera or my computer; Needless to say they are no longer in any sort of digital form. That is what I get for not ejecting the disc properly. BLARGH (on an epic scale).
Typically when I go for a walk, I look at the ground… the cracks in the sidewalk, the flowers, a leaf; The small minute details that make the world secretive and special. But today I was getting out of my car and I happened to look up… I stood under the tree for what felt an eternity, the light, the gentle breeze, all wrapped up in a warm embrace. Soul food.