03 February, 2013

Scenery


Scenery changes from one season to the next and even depending on where you stand.  If you ever feel like you’re surrounded by the same scenery and you need a change, maybe you should just walk ten feet to the left. 

6 comments:

Jo said...

You're so right on that, Grant. Just "change" your own position and you'll see things from a different perspective. Great post and I love the reflections in the water. Have a great day my friend. Jo

Mel said...

Oh, what a great photo--it's not that easy for the marina's here. So lifting them from the water wouldn't work so well with the ice floe. Cool shot of 'em where you are, though.

And I've discovered life in the lens changes me quite frequently. All I need to do is lift the lens and I'm seeing things I didn't see 10 seconds earlier.

Lowell said...

This is one of the great things about photography, too. Different people taking the same shot will produce different pictures because we all see things in our unique perspective.

In Florida, you might find it raining on your side of the street. All you need to do is cross the street and the rain stops.

Lowell said...

This is one of the great things about photography, too. Different people taking the same shot will produce different pictures because we all see things in our unique perspective.

In Florida, you might find it raining on your side of the street. All you need to do is cross the street and the rain stops.

Barbara Farr said...

Well said, Grant. I agree with Lowell too.

TexWisGirl said...

nice view of dallas!

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