The Way I See It

From my coffee drinking station…

Time to dust off this blog, refocus, make a plan, and begin.

I love taking pictures.  I love letting them speak for me.  I love looking at things, seeing them in a different light, or from a different point of view, and then I love sending them to my kids and friends.  A glimpse of the day!

I have been wrestling with how to use this blog in a meaningful way, in an enjoyable way, and still learn something for myself.  So I am going to practice seeing,  snapping pictures, and posting them here.  I intend to explore and broaden my own vision and sense of composition, and SEE.

Fewer words, unless I just can’t help myself.  No particular theme, unless one shows up…  just views, glimpses, and experimentation.

My goal is to post once a month, give or take.  My practice will be to explore—random and eclectic, weird and wacky, quiet and meditative, color or not, identifiable or not.  Play, see, capture.

So to begin, a few pictures from the past year or so to remind myself that the creative juices have been simmering even though I circled my wagons to cope with trying times.

You are welcome to come along for the ride!  Cheers!


14 thoughts on “The Way I See It”

  1. I love seeing your photos … especially the ones with ice and snow, which may say something about my very northerly soul. I hope you’re well, Cynthia, and finding nuggets of joy and wonder and creativity in every day. Cheers!

  2. I haven’t visited for a while, and now – surprise, surprise a new post! Your plan to experiment with ways of looking and images sounds great and very enjoyable, both for yourself and us readers. Enjoyed these already. I see a theme: wintry cold and warming colours. Am looking forward to seeing where this is going to take you.

  3. Really being able to see things is a gift. Behind a lens helps you get rid of all the clutter. I am meeting a young artist today. I have hopes that I can give a helping hand to her, teaching her some of my skills n hoping to learn some stuff from her! Sharing. Remember when we could share so easily? Xox

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