I admire the photographers
I am glad that after the invention of the cell phone camera, everybody is a photographer.
I know that all can’t become Amateur or professionals.
And majority enjoy clicking and taking hundreds of snapshots and feel satisfied.
These people need not read the rules of photography.
True, many are obsessed with selfies
It’s’ perfectly OK
I am proud of the photographers doing their job so dedicatedly.
I also love photographers whether amateurs or professionals being photographed.
Because one can convey their confidence, concentration and always having an eye for detail, with plenty of patience and imagination.
They have a burning passion.
The majority of them are also creative.
They also know about emotions.
What do you see in the image below?
This photo is my favourite one.
A group of photographers are focused on one particular subject.
None of them are interested in their surroundings.
You observe that the white-coloured cat was giving pose readily without any fear of strange people.
Looks like this cat is a friendly one and not shy.
I was also surprised regarding its body posture and probably expression.
I felt the cat was very confident and knows that is happening around it at that moment.
She is sure, she is the star attraction!
Nothing like self-confidence
Yes, my friend.
You can do things that you like and you are confident in your abilities.
“When someone tells me “no,” it doesn’t mean I can’t do it, it simply means I can’t do it with them.”
Karen E. Quinones Miller
What is that I like about the photos of friends and relatives that I have taken?
I love to cherish good memories but that is not the case all the time.
“The best thing about a picture is that it never changes, even when the people in it do”
It’s sad but it’s the truth.
Thank you for your visit.
Take care, my friend.
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