11 March 2014

Flickring of Interest

This story begins with a boy and a camera that had fancy-looking lighting settings.

I received my first camera when I was about seven years old. Its sophistication level went far beyond my knowledge of photography at the time. (I thought the lighting settings were pretty cool because they featured icons of the sun for sunny days and clouds for cloudy ones.) I used the camera a lot, mostly for pictures of nature scenes and animals of course, and the seeds of an interest in photography were planted.

Today, I have a different camera, which was a graduation gift from my family. Like my first camera, it exceeds the skill level of its operator. However, I still enjoy capturing the environment in photographs.

I tell this story because I recently started a Flickr page to display some of my photos. You'll find a widget with a link to the site on the righthand column of this blog, and you can also access the photostream by clicking here.

Just remember that if you take a look at the pictures, you're probably viewing the world through the eyes of a child.

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