What You Don’t See

What you don’t see in a photo is just as important as what you do see.  You don’t need the clarity every time; the clear precise photo of life. Life itself is rarely clear. If shown a blur of colors, the back of a tulip, half of a pansy, the mind still says “Pretty. I see. I understand. Interesting.”

Pink Tulip

What You Don't See I

 

Red Tulip

What You Don't See II

 

Purple Pansy

What You Don't See III

 

Cherry Blossom

What You Don't See IV

 

Gerber Daisy Petals

What You Don't See V

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6 thoughts on “What You Don’t See

    • There’s a science to photography and there’s an art to photography. It’s up to each photographer as to how he/she will mesh the two together to produce beautiful shot. Thanks for stopping by NeetNiz 🙂

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