Do you ever look back through your pictures, and notice things you didn’t notice before?
window? A modest chandelier.
Then there is this one:
My youngest, my husband and I were waiting on orders of baked oysters at a local beach pub, and The
Man asked hubs to join him a game of pool. I was playing with the camera on my tablet. Never noticed
while we were there, the words in chalk on the wall. The Will with a heart under it. Hubs name is Will and that is him(the blur) readying for his next shot. And we did not write that.
And my favorite picture right now:
I took this focusing on The Man and his friend at scout weekend. I love it because they had no idea they
were being focused in on, and I love it because I was oblivious to the reflections behind them. Of the
wind cutting across the reflection, adding layers to the picture.
These all make me wonder, what all do I miss in life? What is before me that I totally look around or fail
to see, fail to enjoy?
Or are these examples of gifts in life? When the picture was snapped, I was enjoying what I
was capturing, when I looked again, I still enjoyed, but found new little treasures.
I guess a picture is worth a thousand words . . .