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A Constant Craving

At some point a bird walked by and left these imprints on the wet sandy beach. Birds are foragers, always looking for something to eat that will sustain them. I as well am a forager, always searching for something to feed my craving to create. It’s a never ending hunger. Photography sustains me!

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Captured with a Nikon point and shoot and processed in Photoshop and Topaz Adjust. One of the things I do when I look at something like this is to find angles or rotate the camera to create impact to the lines that are in the scene. The footprints were going in one direction so by positioning the camera to make those footprints come from one corner up to the other, more drama is created in the composition.

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Look at Your Feet and You Just Might Discover……..

This is a small ground cover plant with frost on it from a venture through the Colorado Rockies.

The whole image might be 5-6″ across.

Shot with a 100 mm macro lens.

And they were all quite colorful plants of varying colors and some blue sky bouncing in.

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