So as the name of this blog suggests I do love photography, even though I don't consider myself a photographer by any stretch of the imagination. And I took a lot of pictures this past year so I thought for my first "photography" post I'd share with you guys my 5 favorite photographs from this year!
Let's get started, and in no particular order!
I absolutely LOVE this picture, I love the deepness of the green moss in contrast with the reds of the leaves and the flag. I love it. I think it's also kind of an interesting play on the idea of never letting the flag touch the ground, which it's technically not by the way, this is in a potted planter kind of thing. But I see it as sort of a commentary on the army, which is something I love to comment on.
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You're all going to think I'm so morbid, but I took this photo of a dead bird, that I'm 99% sure my cat had a hand in, and it seemed so serene to me. I think it's a classy death photo rather than a gore-centered one. I don't think it's gross at all, I think it's very pretty.
I love this shot because I think it is beautifully ethereal, but also because I almost didn't take this picture! I saw this teeny little feather on the ground and took a couple of shots of it without much hope for them and then lo and behold, when I pulled the pictures up on my computer I was like, this might be the best picture I've ever taken! I love how you can almost feel the moistness of the dirt and the grass pieces, ah it's just...love it.
This one I took in the same place as the feather picture, what a good photography day it turned out to be! I took this from inside the corn maze at a farm way out in some part of Oregon. I love the blue sky against the corn stalks and how the stalks aren't just green they've got little red pieces at their tips. It's a wonderful color scheme, thanks nature!
Here's one of the little monsters responsible for the first picture... This girl's name is Roxi, she's a pure black cat and she's the laziest thing in the world, as you can see. This is her on one of our hotter days, lounging in the heat. I love this picture because I love the richness in color, the black of her fur really translates and I just love how she flicked her eyes up for me, what a model.
So those are my 5 favorite photographs from this year, I hope you guys enjoyed!
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