Sometimes it takes weeks for me to find fun and inspiring motives with my lens. It’s like a thick, dull adult-filter blocks the viewfinder. Perhaps I’m trying too hard – or not trying at all.
A friend of mine, Maria, writes about finding the flow in one of her blog posts. Maybe I need to turn my seeker to something completely different than i usually do? What would that be? Food? No. Nope. Not amused by food.
Fashion? OMG, no.
I wish I could spy through my kid’s eyes (theme of The Weekly Photo Challenge). They see exciting things everywhere.
The Church of Saint Claire. Big, old and peaceful.
Today’s mission: act as Det Lilla Barnets Fund’s official photographer when 6 researchers were awarded with funding for 2016. The Fund´s protector, Prince Carl Philip, was supposed to hand over diplomas and shake hands.
Results:: 4 decent images of happy researchers, but no prince in sight. And, not to forget, a Picture of myself in the newspaper (link to Expressen). I’m on the wrong side of the police cordon, but anyway. His Royal Highness Prince Carl Philip had to turn at the door.
Enough drama for today. Exciting mission completed.
Nikon pictures with drama filter.
WP’s Daily Prompt is about waiting, “Good things come to those who wait.” Do I agree?
No. Good things may come to those who wait.
Sometimes we wait and wait, only to be run over and get a nose bleed.
I don’t understand sports. Or Sales.
The topic in WP’s Weekly Photo Challenge is “nighttime picture taking”. Here is my contribution – treasure hunt in the Uppsala forests. Just a random shot with my cell phone that turned out rather smooth spookish.
Note to self: your English is improving! “Smooth spookish” must surely be a established word.
New flower in (Pelargonium ×hortorum ‘Mårbacka’) and a borrowed macro lens. Fun combination but a new item to my wishing list: Macro lens.
Note to self: need to be good until Christmas.
Today I went for a cellar exploring expedition at my workplace. Abandoned, but intriguing place.
For the Daily Post my answer is: Being curious.
Home with sick child “VAB” – a great opportunity for domestic work. Or fooling around.
I go for the fooling around! Tickling is always appreciated, even Obama seems to enjoy it.
I settle with 3 shades of grey. Fifty is really way too much.