It’s been so long since I made a post on here, it feels like it’s been forever! For that I apologise (if anybody’s bothered haha). Basically this is just a post to say that you should be expecting some activity from me very soon as I intend to try to write again. In the meantime however I have gone back to my photography blog and edited out all the bugs. Turns out that a lot of my photos weren’t visible anymore for one reason or another. But that shall no longer be a problem! So please guys, if you could help me out by taking a look for me, that would be fantastic 🙂 my other blog is called Caught in the Frame .Please follow the link and check it out!
Thank you 🙂
This post is just to let you all know about my photography blog, Caught in the Frame.
Unfortunately, although I am proud of some of my photos on there, it has been much less successful than this blog.
So, I’m asking you for a favour. If you are interested in photography, please just take a look at it here: http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Or, recommend me to a friend. If you feel like it.
These were taken a few days ago and I only just thought to post them now-I was originally just trying to photograph the trees in the garden and the sky (which turned everything outside a strange yellowy colour, but for some reason did not show up on my phone’s camera), but the raindrops on the window were what caught the lens’ attention first and I thought it looked pretty. I hadn’t even noticed the rainbow until I focused more.
I was standing by my bedroom window just now, looking out across my jungle of a garden, my view restricted slightly by the roof of the extension below and the neighbouring house.
My eyes darted quickly to my right as a bird swooped down and landed on the extension roof besides mine. I thought to myself, “quick, get a picture!”. Sure, it was just a pigeon, but I’ve never seen one get that close to my bedroom window before. Plus, the fact that it swept down from the roof above makes me wonder if there are any nests up there. I’ll have to find out somehow.
But anyway, no sooner had I snapped the picture than the pigeon had flown away horizontally across my view through the window.
This got me thinking. Imagine the window I was looking through was not a literal one, but metaphorical. The Window of Opportunity. Now, imagine that pigeon was all of your hopes, your dreams, an opportunity which has presented itself before you in that specific moment, but your contemplation over whether or not to take that opportunity has resulted in it spreading its wings and taking flight. Right in front of your eyes. The Window of Opportunity closes, and the shutters are drawn.
This goes to show just how quickly your life passes by. Opportunities can come and go in the blink of an eye, in the beat of a wing. So grab every opportunity as it appears. Or don’t. I can’t tell you what to do.
That’s right, this photo was taken with my wonderful Samsung Galaxy S3, and I think the quality is pretty damn amazing for a phone. Bet you can’t guess what this is a photo of though! I thought it looked quite pretty for what it is…comment with your guesses 😉
Figured I would show you guys some photos I have taken of various animals on my phone. Chances are that I will end up doing this a lot seeing as I’m an animal enthusiast, so be prepared to see a lot of cuteness! Same as before, feel free to vote for your favourite one(s) in the comments box below. Even though people probably won’t bother. Again.
Figured that this time I would do something a bit different, a bit more cheery. I’m hoping it’ll get me in a better mood. So, here are a few photos I have taken myself which are based around the theme of Architecture. I thought that I would post about five of them and ask you all which ones are your favourite 🙂 just write the number of your favourite photo in the comments below 🙂 thank you!
P.S. next time I’m thinking about doing another round of photos, but based around the theme of exotic animals. Let me know what you all think 🙂