25 Aug Why We Take Photos
Why We Take Photos | Aug. 2015
Here’s the reason why we take photos.
Someone sent me an e-mail asking if there was any way to improve a “blurry” photo (which was included in the e-mail).
I wrote back a few suggestions.
And she replied with thanks plus a comment that touched my heart. It was, “I laugh each time I see this photo.”
There’s an important message here.
Everyone likes their photos. In fact, everyone finds some special message in them.
So the next time someone shows you a photo, be kind.
Admire it. Praise it. Enjoy it.
In fact, imagine that you took that photo and that you were showing it to a friend.
What would you want to hear?
I’m sure it’s praise.
For example, the above photo is the best one that I have of a Hepatic Tanager, Female.
And yes, I know it could be better. Okay, it could be a lot better.
But I’m keeping this one because I laugh each time I see it.
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The photo of a Hepatic Tanager was taken at the Santa Rita Lodge in Madera Canyon, AZ. More info at: http://www.santaritalodge.com
Learn more about birds in Southeastern Arizona from Tucson Audubon: http://www.tucsonaudubon.org
Did You Know?
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Here’s an outstanding book about bird conservation: Bird Conservation