Wander project the last few pictures I've taken…

Roughly every two weeks or so, I try to share a gallery of the last few pictures I’ve taken. They often come from different cameras, different sources and different viewpoints. I’ve been inspired by the many beautiful pictures of flowers shared by so many authors on the many sites I visit. It seems our desire for spring to arrive sprouted in many more pictures being shared. Each of the pictures I’ve seen. Well, they are remarkable. Majestic views of beautiful flowers, spring’s triumphant return.  Over the past few days, I have stopped several times to snap a picture of a flower. There are some different flowers, bushes, trees and well in the ground flowers that were shared over the past few days.

There were a couple of pictures of cameras shared as well. I am a huge fan of cameras. I have been for many years. I remember my father carrying around his cameras wherever we went. I got my first camera from my grandfather. A Kodak 135 film camera. I still have that camera; it is one of the things my grandfather gave me that are dear to me. On our way home from Thailand many years ago, my parents gave my sister and I the self-contained Kodak 110 cameras and some film. I have many pictures taken with that camera. I took pictures from New Dehli, Kabul Afganistan and one of the best photographs I ever took. Standing next to my father in Copenhagen Denmark taking a picture of the Little Mermaid Statue in the harbor.  It is not a great picture; it was a great moment capturing a picture.

Finally, there are pictures shared that come from devices that I am not holding when the picture is taken. It offers a view of a place that may or may not be where I am. Remotely operated vehicles is a topic I am both interested in and watching. Those are the pictures from my camera over the past two weeks, or well actually over the past week. There is art in photography and artists with cameras. But if no one ever sees the pictures, then the beauty is lost forever. Share the pictures you take! Join the 365-day photo challenge, or the black and white picture challenge. Or just start a blog and share the picture you take. You never know when someone will see your pictures and realize, they have pictures to share as well!

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Written by DocAndersen

I am a long time blogger and technology poster.I focus on what is possible, but I also try to see what is coming. In recent years I have been focused on sharing the memories of my family, as part of my Family History Project.


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