01.15.2020-2 On the wings of a rose

I have to give credit to a friend who saw this as a bird.  I had posted it in portrait orientation and she had to turn her head to see it flying. 🙂

Evidence of my lack of imagination.

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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13 Responses to 01.15.2020-2 On the wings of a rose

  1. I see it more as a bat than a bird. Some might say that’s evidence of how batty I am. Others might extend that to all of us nature photographers.

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  2. shoreacres says:

    I’d say your skills rose to the occasion with this one.

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  3. Nice macro shot Stephen!

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  4. Evidence of a budding imagination. Keep exploring!

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  5. bluebrightly says:

    I disagree – not seeing something as something else isn’t evidence of a lack of imagination. I’m being picky here, but I think there are many types of minds and many ways of seeing, and the quality we call imagination is much bigger than we might think. (And I like it both ways).

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    • Either way I like also. I joke about my lack of imagination because, for the most part, I don’t see the things that others do. But often others don’t see what I do so we’re all even. 🙂 As I just mentioned to Michael above, I’ll be looking for ways to add a little newness to my seeing and expressing what I see but I do know what I like to be doing and I also know that I like what I see others doing but don’t always feel drawn to be influenced by them. That said, I am constantly learning from most all the folks whose blogs I follow and who articulate to some degree what their goal is. Learning is and should be a lifelong quest.


      • bluebrightly says:

        The remark about liking what you see others doing but not necessarily being interested in being influenced by that is a good distinction to make. I think learning is constant too, and it’s a big part of the pleasure of this blogging business. 😉

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  6. Dave Ply says:

    Evidence of my wasted youth – I see a paper airplane…

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