Posted on September/15/2012
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#Tagged: #one photo a day
, #one photo everyday
, #living life
I was sad… :(
This little rose bush was a gift to my mom on Mother’s Day. Just a month ago it looked completely pathetic. It was dried up, brown and dead. I’ve always had a thing about plants, though. Even when things look hopeless, I water and nurture and believe things will get better… And they did! I breathed a bit of life back into this rose and now it’s blooming and it’s beautiful and green. Never give up hope. Sometimes things just need a little love and sunshine.
Posted on August/14/2012
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Every morning that I get up for work, I see this between two of the apartment buildings in the complex I live at. There’s some factory way off in the distance that billows out clouds of smoke or steam and I always find a strange beauty in the whole scene.
So, within the next week or so, I’ll be buying a new camera.
I’m planning on getting the Nikon D5100. If anyone else has used this camera, has an opinion on it, thinks a different one around the same price would be better, etc, would you let me know?
This is the very first photo I ever shot and developed. The story behind it: I broke into an old, abandoned house. It was falling apart, the sun was going down, and I was running out of time to get my roll of film finished and shot. I had a bad feeling about the place the entire time I was in it. It’s just a pile of rubble now, having finally collapsed from the weight of old age. This photo is the best thing I ever did. -Betsy DelValley
Out of all the strange things online, I find this highly disturbing. But in a good way. The pictures are so beautiful and everyone’s irises are so unique in the patterns and colors and such, but you almost want to look away after a while, because some of them are so sharp on the eyes. I LOVE THIS SHIT.