It’s Photo Day

I spent part of yesterday afternoon going through photo files in order to choose a photograph to use for World Photo Day. The point of the commemoration is to share one photo on social media that represents an aspect of one’s life.

Although the concept seems simple enough, a fair amount of thought reveals that one photo is insufficient to serve as a representation to share. We all have many aspects of our lives that are meaningful and profound. There are other aspects that are trivial and others that simply enable joy.

Because of my contrarian aspect, I decided to provide more than one photo on this blog. Hopefully, each image will convey some of the emotions I felt each time I pressed the shutter button.


These plants bloom in late June through early July each year near the front door of my home.

Lynda is one of the dogs I’ve befriended through the years.


A couple of years ago, a snowstorm swept through Wayne County, Nebraska.


This is a northbound stretch of U.S. Highway 275 near Fremont, Nebraska.

Ciao
The Blue Jay of Happiness quotes “regular guy” minimalist Fumio Sasaki. “I used to like taking pictures. I wanted to capture precious moments and make them mine. I wanted to hang on to everything that might someday become a fond memory.”

About swabby429

An eclectic guy who likes to observe the world around him and comment about those observations.
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4 Responses to It’s Photo Day

  1. Alien Resort says:

    Lynda likes the camera.

  2. Only Michy says:

    Love the pic of the flowers. It’s tranquil and gorgeous. Keep up the good work!

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