Nature Photo Gratitude
Practicing photography and sharing photo content is a joy. I took a photography course a while ago and enjoyed it to the hilt, especially taking the nature photo. Gratitude for the replays available by video, I can enjoy it even more now. It’s technical on photo equipment and after process editing and speaks to my geek. It’s also taught well, so I’m grateful too for the teacher who has patience and gives fun homework. “Take 100 photos and share them.” I can do that some days and feel a sense of accomplishment. I am grateful that a device, a camera, a technological miracle can turn the ordinary into the extraordinary. Watch while I share some little pieces of daily life and hopefully you may be inspired to gratitude too!
This photo is one I took while on vacation near Ocean City, Maryland, one of my favorite places in the world, Assateague Island. The ponies there are beautiful and this type of deer, the Sika deer, is a species that is native to that area only. I am amazed at the grandeur of the ocean and the details of the ecosystem there, from the mosquitoes that are rampant to the grains of sand that are infinitely moving from the beach to the sea and back again. The surf sounds are always soothing to me and the photo opportunities infinite there. Here’s a few other photos that I captured:
In the world of nature photography, there are many wonderful opportunities to wonder at the awesome sights live and to capture them on camera is a double slice of fun for me. I remember these moments and it brings my sense of gratitude to the surface no matter how mundane my day is going. I can retreat to that beautiful moment and experience the wonder of nature again.
In other’s photography also, I can enjoy their beautiful captures of the moment and appreciate that fact that they shared it with me. It gives me a sense of fulfillment to share my photos with others, even though I still feel like I’m practicing sometimes. I hope that the photos I share can uplift and encourage you today to see the moment as one to be grateful for.
Best for now,
P.S. I’d love to see images that you have shared in your travels too, so please keep in touch by sharing your comments below and