John is leading this week’s topic. The idea is that we are to share photos in our favorite style or type of photography. I lean mostly to all things nature and beach. I also love macro photography.
Lucky for me, I have always lived near a beach. I find the time spent there is both peaceful and restorative.
Nature brings us much beauty to appreciate. I especially enjoy watching and photographing birds when I am out and about.
With macro photography, there is fascinating detail that is brought to life. Many times, I see something on the computer in the photo that I did not see while I was taking the picture like the falling flower in the first photo below and the tiny hairs on the stem in the second photo.
These are my roads most travelled, photographically speaking. I hope you enjoyed them!
This week on CFFC the topic is Things People Visit. About 9 years ago, we had the opportunity to take our daughter and then 5 year old granddaughter to Disney in Florida. It was my first time visiting so it was hard to tell who was having the most fun, my granddaughter or myself. It’s quite expensive, so I doubt we’ll go back, but I am really glad we went since I grew up watching the Wonderful World of Disney each week on TV.
Anne-Christine is hosting this week’s challenge. Even though I consider myself an extrovert, alone time is something I need to refresh and recharge. Since I have fully retired recently, I find that the mornings can provide this. I use this time to have that most important morning beverage, coffee, to do a Spanish lesson (on duolingo), read and/or journal.
I’ve noticed that my grandchildren also need their alone time as well.
Even pets, as much as they love us, need their space at times – usually to sleep 🙂
But, if you were to ask me where my favorite place for alone time would be, it’s on a beach with a good book and the sand between my toes.