Beyond the Lens You Find His Fingerprint
I get excited every time I get the chance to write or research. It has always been a strange passion of mine and so has photography.
I love to look at things in a different way, and to be able to tell a story beyond the lens of my camera. In college I spent many hours in the dark room, and was even allowed access after I graduated. I remember one project where we were challenged to take photos without manually focusing, but instead had to get close enough that it brought itself into focus. I love to find the things that are not ordinary. Many in my class did close ups of flowers...I did a close up of...well, bird poo. Why not? If that gives you any insight into my mind. (and no, I don't photograph poo...that was a one time thing...the contrast was unique.)
I hope as you all visit my photo site that you experience life in a new way through the lens of my camera...but that it becomes your experience as well....that you see something unique to you.
We have a remarkable God, and everything around us has been touched by HIM and within lays His fingerprint...even if it is bird poo on the hood of a car.
P.S. Any revenue gained from these photos goes towards our son's therapy room. Our son was diagnosed with Autism in 2004. I do a home program with him. This is my job since I cannot work outside our home.
To reach other families and those who work with our kids, my husband and I founded an organization. You can read more at www.oasisautism.org
Photo credits: Pablo631.
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