“Take pictures all the time. Don’t worry if you take a bad photograph; you learn more by taking a bad picture than
a good one. If you don’t like it, study it and figure out why you don’t like it. You will learn from your mistake.”
- Patrick Demarchelier -
I always have a camera on hand, and whenever I see something interesting, I photograph it. By year’s end, I manage to snap thousands of pictures. A few are great. Many are good. Some are barely passable. And the remaining are mediocre. But no matter how they rate, all the images have one thing in common: they are all teaching tools. The good ones will demonstrate what I did right, and the bad ones will demonstrate what I did wrong. There is a lesson in each one.
Below are some visual teaching tools of 2013...
|Have a seat.|
|We are back in a deep freeze...*sigh*...|
|Everyone needs a buddy.|
|"How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?"|
Try saying that a few times!
|This colourful home fits in perfectly with the autumn season.|
|A very flexible performer at the Buskers festival this past summer. Ooof...|
|My daughter's pet ferret, Spaz. Look at that sweet face.|
|A rare sighting of the most amazing man in the world.|
|Winter through my kitchen window.|
Have a nice Tuesday, everyone! If you’re in a deep freeze like we are, stay warm!