Photograph What You Like

Each and every time I take a photo, I think and wonder – Where am I heading with my photos? Which direction do I want to take?

I enjoy taking birds and wildlife but then I think – Do I really want to go hiking into the mountains to get that great shot? No… not really. Landscape is nice… At this point, people and portraits are not my thing. I continue to shoot various subjects because I believe it’s important to try it all. Learn from it. Expand my knowledge and skills.

However, every single time, I am drawn to flowers with an intensity. Even in a simple flower, there is a challenge to capture its beauty.

Is there any particular subject or style that you interests you?

Close up of White Rhododendron Blossom

Spring Romance


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