Thursday, March 7, 2013

Finding My Eye: Recognizing Intuition


I had passed this rusty piece of abandoned farm equipment on my way to photograph the windmill. It caught my eye, but my focus was the windmill.


After more than a few shots of different perspectives on the windmill. I started to wander back to my car.

This time when I neared the piece of equipment, I listened to my intuition and walked across the crunchy, frozen grass to get a closer look. I was definitely rewarded for listening to my sixth sense. The crisp white of the frost against the rusty brown was spectacular.



I am certainly learning to listen to that little voice in my head when something catches my eye. I now usually go back and explore it further.

14 comments:

  1. I love your thought process it's something that I can really relate too. I love the little things the same things that tell a story....

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  2. So glad you did, that is really a beautiful contrast of texture and color.

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  3. I can see why you were captivated by the windmill; beautiful! I also love that "little" house tucked on the right side! I know you're glad you took the extra time to check out the piece of equipment! Wonderful images of frost. The contrast is perfect to show off the icy details!!

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  4. YES! You are definitely on the right track here.

    xoxo

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  5. I sure am glad you listened - wow, what gorgeous photos!

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  6. Yes we need to listen more often to that little voice. Great photos.

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  7. I LOVE that frost photo. And I like those gently curving spokes in the next image, too. I'm glad you went back to see what that little intuitive nudge was telling you.

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  8. So lovely!! Keep listening to that little voice!

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  9. The photo that got away is always the biggest regret! I'm sure you are so glad you listened to your heart -- that frost is magnificent!

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  10. I think Frost is one of the most amazing things to capture. Great photos.

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  11. The "frosty" finish to the metal is fantastic - great find!

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  12. You were definitely rewarded-big time! I can walk right past those gems on my way to the big score too. While the windmill shot is good, especially with the birds, the rust frost trumps it by a lot.
    I try to slow myself down when I think I'm finished with a subject or locale and say to myself "what am I missing". Sometimes it's nothing-and sometimes-bingo. Like your shot.
    Intuition definitely served you well.

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  13. I'm glad you listened! It's so beautiful - so is that windmill!

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  14. That is, indeed, such a good recognition... I love that sense of knowing. Lovely detail in your photos!

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