Linda JeffersIn a world of so many great photographers and writers, I am venturing into some unknown territories, leaving comfort zones, finally very willing to practice the art of seeing. By maintaining the practice of posting daily photos, I hope to continue learning about the possibilities that I trust are out there for the taking.

Come join me on my journey!

Always something to see and shoot, if I’m looking through the lens.

Every time I go outside my home to shoot, I say, ” Why bother, it’s all the same. It’s vanilla. Why don’t I live in a big city.”
Every time, I see something different.

I started shooting just outside the door.

And then walked towards the 18th hole lake.

Walked around one end of the lake where ducks hang under the tree.

Back around the lake..... towards the lake by our place.

And one more photo before heading back inside.


3 Responses to “Always something to see and shoot, if I’m looking through the lens.”

  1. Carol Leigh says:

    You live in an area with so much sunlight, so much play of light and shadow, that maybe a day spent JUST on seeing/working with backlighting, abstract images incorporating bold shadows, and scenes like your tree/lake shot and your backlit eucalyptus/palm shot might be the order of the day. Those are your strongest images in this set. Why? Bold lighting, dark against light. The duck shots? Ordinary light. Boring. Be strong, be bold. Look for strength, look for boldness. No wimpy shots! And I’ll shut up now! –Carol Leigh

    • Linda says:

      Hey Carol, how are you? Thanks so much for your comments. I need some direction as well as a reality check. I sure do appreciate you taking the time, AND your honesty. i value your feedback and miss getting it. Please never shut up (as you say). It’s a highlight of my day to get a comment from you.

  2. Joanna says:

    I am glad you do not listen to what you say, these are beautiful. My favorite is the photo of the flowers right outside your door, the colors pop…

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