Monday, September 11, 2006
I haven't updated for a while because I haven't had anything uplifting or meaningful to write about. I try to avoid being whiney or depressing in this photoblog, so when I don't have anything positive to say... I tend to not
update at all.
To be honest I've been in a bit of slump. I've been struggling and feeling unhappy with my life. Things haven't been going all that well lately.
But I'm working on changing that, keeping the right perspective and turning things around. It just doesn't always happen overnight.
On a more cheerful note, I went to a lake close to our house the other day. It was a beautiful sunny day and it was really relaxing. Here's a few photos that were taken...
When I dropped a piece of bread in the lake, a bunch of fish began moving under the surface and pulled it under rapidly, tearing it into bits and devouring it.
posted by Clarity25 at 1:12 PM
Beautiful pictures, Clarity! That is an awesome camera. SMILE!
I think your mom gave you a magic camera, seriously these are amazing! I'm inspired to take photos that aren't of myself, my pets or my drunk friends!
You should really think about selling prints of your photos...there may be a market there.
Hang in there babe!
Those are fantastic photos. Magazine worthy. Have you ever thought about selling them or trying to get work as a freelance photographer somewhere? I think you'd be right in your element with something like that. ♥
Those are amazing!! You have quite the eye for pictures!
Remember if you need ANYTHING you email me!!
I also think you should think abou selling some prints of your photographs. They are always amazing and that camera rocks.
That swan photo is amazing!
The pictures are beautiful. I especially love the one of the turbulent water.
So, is it the camera or the photographer? Both, I suspect.
What kind of camera do you use again? Those pics are amazing!
You don't know me, but I got here from Reva's diary. Your photos are awesome -- so pretty. Lucky girl with the cool camera. I like the swan one especially. There's this family of swans that I see every day on my way to work and I know I have to go and take a pic of them before they take some of them away! I doubt the pics will be as nice as yours, though!
Those pictures are amazing, so clear. Slumps, I know all about slumps. Just when you think you're getting your shit together, it all seems to fall apart again. But all we have to do is get up each day and do/give our best. Sometimes that just means opening our eyes, other days it means completing amazing tasks. Either way, we give our best.