Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beholder



Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beholder

I thought I’d do something a little different early this morning.  And the idea spurred on the title, ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder’.

No, I didn’t make that up.  Although I’d love to claim I did.  That credit goes to Margaret Wolfe Hungerford in her novel “Molly Bawn”.  Can’t errantly credit this one to Albert Einstein.



As something that I’ve been wanting to do and seemingly can’t find the time (with the abundance of time I have on my hands) is to curate my photos and make them available on line.  For sale as portraits.  I do have some rather neat and unique photos to show.  Most of them are unedited, I like the rawness they are.

These aren’t necessarily the one’s that I plan on using just a hand full or two I grabbed a hold of realy quick…..so many to go thru.

The work goes on as I have more photos that will be tended to shortly…..



The name of the website that will make my pictures available is; http://imagekind.com/.  It’s still in the early stages but, I like what I’ve got going on there.  But, I’m not sure what I got…..check it out and let me know if you like the pics.

I’m looking for creativity….not looking to just point and shoot.  I like the middle one above with the double rainbow.


Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beholder




One thing I know I need to do is become more patient with myself when it comes to shooting.  Take my time to set up the shot while not losing the inspiration that prompted me.  Sometimes I see things and I hesitate or I give myself an excuse that I can’t get to the position I want.  This I must overcome because I’m not getting the shot and I’m calling myself out for being lazy.

I’ve got the desire to really put some good work together and I think I have an eye that notices a good shot and can observe the talent of others.  So, I’m getting my act together.



Stay tuned in here and my music page http://www.johngaudetmusic.com as I embark on another ever broadening aspect of my little life.

Peace, love, and beaches,

John


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