I don’t think I have seen that flower before. Do you know the name of it?
It is the prettiest weed in my yard, the color is what caught my eye 😉 It is this tiny little plant that grows when we let the yard go a little long between mowings. I use my macro filter to get up close with it.
Love the photography in this shot – the flowers seem to appear out of nowhere…
Another great shot!
🙂 Thank you so, so much!
I’ve noticed that I haven’t seen you around for a while. Obviously, I understand how things can get in the way of blogging, but I thought I’d check on you anyway.
I hope things are going well for you.
Thank you 🙂 It’s very nice of you to check. Things are, well, things. Nothing dramatic, just frustrating. I don’t know if you saw the post I did “Get a handle,” but that helps explain my “mojo” issue. Sadly, it is an ongoing issue. My inspiration, motivation and mental energy are all so off right now. It’s just knocked me off balance and it’s taking some time to right myself, so I’m not pushing it. Just trying to be kind to myself and give myself whatever I need, because succeeding at this is most important goal in my life at the moment. Considering it’s only been a little over a month I think I’m doing really well. But (there’s always a ‘but’) when one loses their primary emotional crutch it’s a difficult task to figure out how to deal with life and not be a total mental case 😉
I like to think of every day as an opportunity for positive forward momentum, big or small, as long as it’s forward. So, today I am going to try and get back in the swing of it and play some catch up. Maybe post tomorrow, I have a helluva backlog to go through. Something I heard the other day – and I’ve forgotten where – is not to give up on something that you think about every day. I love photography and blogging, I think about it every day, that means no giving up!
Thanks for reaching out, it helped me to stop and examine where I’m at and refocus. Also, with all of the horrible, destructive weather in the middle of the country I have to say that I hope you and those you care about have managed to stay safe.
Glad I could help. I hear what you’re saying. I can tell how important this is to you, mainly because of how quickly you went from being a pretty interesting photographer to something of a remarkable one.
We stayed safe. Thanks for asking. Two years ago my office was destroyed by the Joplin tornado (two hours away from where I live). After helping with the cleanup and experiencing the raw power of destruction, I take no chances. We were safely tucked away underground last night. 🙂
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