The first photo

This is one of the first photos I took with my camera.  I quite like it!

The view from work place on a May evening.

The view from my work place on a May evening 2014.

I think the reason I enjoy this picture is it brought to life the scene I saw nearly every day and completely ignored.

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12 thoughts on “The first photo

  1. Hello! I’m so excited about your new blog, having heard so much about you from your Mom.
    I look forward to seeing more of your work and to getting to know you. Your first two posts show your talent, which clearly runs in the family).
    Love the header photo, too!

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    • Hello Laurie! I too am excited about this new venture!
      Thank you for your kind words it is high praise coming from you as I have admired your photography for a while now…… Pauline brought it to my attention!
      The header photo is from one of Siddy’s first trips to the beach when he was very small and one of the first trips for me out with my new camera.

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  2. You can blame your mother for this. 🙂 She just adores you and thinks so highly of your photographic work. I can see why. Love this. We will continue to come by and pester you at every opportunity. Welcome to WP.

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  3. There is something about twinkly lights that draws the viewer in like a magpie to a shiny coin or a moth to a flame. I love this picture too. I want to wander over to that building and press my nose up against the glass and take a peek into someone else’s life. I think that’s what photographers do best. They take a little bit of someone, or something, else’s life and they find a way to tell a story in it 🙂

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  4. Lovely to see you here in your own write! That’s a great photo. You remind me of how much I miss as I focus inwardly while out and about. Photography, whether one’s own or that of others, helps the mind to focus, doesn’t it?
    I’m looking forward to more . . .

    That’s a wonderful shot of your Mum and Siddy; I love the sea, too, although I haven’t seen it for a long time. Those posts are so striking I can smell the salt air laced with creosote! Thanks for that. ~ Linne

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