Sunday, July 07, 2013

blue skies and green trees

I love photographing strangers. There's something so whimsical about it. And the best part is zooming in to every little detail afterwards and studying each face, all so different.

The sun is shining, but despite hoping for it several times, I am too hot and wanting air. Things are plodding along well lately, I'm feeling positive and this is showing throughout. I've taken a huge leap in my photography, and there's not a day that passes where I don't either take a photo or edit a photo. I feel so much love for it.

I'm struggling to find what to write about. I like to post my photos, but I have no words to accompany them because my way of telling the story is through the art. I wonder if I'm the only person who likes to read about strangers lives? I can't find many blogs around where the writer is just babbling about life. It's all following the crowd nowadays. Posting about fashion and food, boring typical things. I wish for more creativity and individuality in the world.

Can anyone recommend any blogs filled with life and photography?

New Brighton, Merseyside, England

Neston, Cheshire, England


  1. My blog has been described as 'like reading someone's diary'. I find I have the opposite problem to you though- the words are all there but the photos to illustrate the piece remain in my head.You just have to post what you have- and your photos are fantastic. I'd be honoured if you'd look at my blog;

  2. I've just found your blog and I've fallen in love. Your photos are so beautiful! I'd like to think my blog is a individual and creative - I'd love it if you popped over!

    Looking forward to your future posts :) Jess x

  3. If you haven't already discovered this one, then you're in for a treat: !!

    Flora x

  4. Your photos are beautiful!

  5. Wow these photos are awesome. Love how you captured the moments. You really feel like you are at the seaside. And love the little frog in the other post. We have tiny little frogs here in the suburbs of NY called tree frogs. They are this tiny and live in trees. You do not see them but you can here them.

    Ali of

    Dressing Ken

  6. I know the appeal to watching strangers; especially, going to the park jungle-gym and sitting on a swing, watching kids play. It may seem creepy, but... I guess that I'm not that far off from being a kid myself- only barely 14, and not sure of anything.

    But there are so many stories in the world. And I wonder how many of them I'll be featured in, though I'm not sure if being in someone's story is a good thing or not. But the smallest events can change so much, so I'm scared. Watching is what I like.

    As for "life blogs" I cannot say that my blog is very much that way... I suppose my blog is just my writing the things on my mind as I look at my photographs, and not much more. My life isn't very eventful, anyway, I don't think.

    As always, love the photos!


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