I’ve always liked photography, but in 2006, I fell in love with it. At that time, snapping photos—macro photos—suddenly became an uncontrollable obsession. Why, you wonder? In that year, my right retina detached twice. The eye was saved, but my vision will never again be as “good” as it was. I use macro photography to see again.
This morning when I lifted my bedroom blind, I wasn’t impressed—it was snowing! Instead of crawling back into bed and staying there until June, like I wanted to do, I got up, got dressed in arctic attire, and (briefly) ventured outdoors to take a few pics for Cardinal Guzman’s monthly photo challenge, The Changing Seasons 2016.
For this week’s Daily Post photo challenge, I’ve decided to try something I’ve never done here before. I’m reusing photos I’ve already shared. Let’s call it my “Best of H2O” compilation.
The Sunday before last, my Dad and I made our annual pilgrimage to my uncle’s pasture to get a truckload of manure for my garden. When we were finished shovelling sh*t, I grabbed my camera to snap a few photos while my dad
patiently waited for me in the truck.