Took a moment to capture life and slow things down a bit. Returning to form is difficult but I trust the process. Will reach true success not like the Sixers. I take the time to smell the “roses” now to keep a clear mind for the journey ahead. Each photo was captured in the morning with each one reflecting the emotion I felt at the moment. Fallen but not dead, pure despite the shadows of life, and growth in darkness. Each one has more depth than I could ever explain.
You truly need to be in touch with yourself in order to be the greatest version of yourself. But you often explore who you are through your craft. Thus we are always striving to find ourselves.
We tend to have a firm grip on who who we are fundamentally but there is always much more to learn. So never stop learning.
This photo is of the Winn center at Cosumnes River college on a rainy day. Taken with my Galaxy sometime during the morning before the puddles dried up.
I noticed beautiful clouds and I knew this building might offer something more interesting. I took this shot and saw the clouds being shown on the building. I captured harsh shadows but very little it appears. I captured a little bit of the grittiness of the surrounding area which I love.
I took this shot during the busiest time so I do have someone in motion in the shot. Took this with my Samsung Galaxy S3.
Your first 15 minutes in your morning should be not used and used to motivate you to not waste a single moment.
Have a good day and keep your head up,
There is always light in your life even when you are being engulfed by the darkness. Open your eyes, focus and steady yourself. The darkness can be beaten just master your mind. See the light that shines through the darkest parts of life. Never give in and just keeping moving forward until you can just run as freely as you possibly can.
Taken today with my Samsung Galaxy S3. I knew the type of shot that I wanted so I waited and was able to capture it. I was rewarded for my patience. Turned it black and white to enhance the shot.
Really had a great day and it’s still getting better with about 12 minutes left. About to write like crazy and I might discover something new while having fun.
Find your light,
People tend to complicate things and thus they suffer. Sometimes it’s truly best to keep things simple. You can take great shots of a simple building it doesn’t even have to have a cool design. The angle and the photographer is what matters.
This was done with my Samsung Galaxy S3 in the morning. I wanted to capture this building and share it’s simple beauty.
You don’t need the most expensive camera to shoot. Just get whatever you have and start shooting. Practice and hard work makes a better you. So get moving g and start clicking.
Have a great day
Moment in time captured with my Sony Cybershot. I was in a new area and liked the design of the house. It was a quiet neighborhood with no real traffic.
With this kind of photography you can never tell what is happening inside the subject you capture. Is it simply a house or is it a home? Who lives there, etc. So many unanswered questions but you cant drown in them. Capture your thoughts with the photograph.
Reminded of the 2pac song “Happy Home”. Have a great day and I hope you find your place,