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Macro Monday – Impatience

I really thought that one of my best qualities is lack of patience. I can’t stay long where I don’t like to be. I cannot communicate with people who are not interesting to me. I can’t endure long without telling what I think. This feature helps me make changes, sometimes terrible and radical, but they only bring better things.

But when it comes to making a macro photo, my impatience works against me. Especially when I shoot something moving, alive. I cannot wait for a good moment, and all photos come blurred and bad quality.

So, it is as it is…

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  • Do you consider yourself a patient person?

    • Yes
    • No
    • It depends on the situation

What do you think?

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  1. I think this is a very beautiful photo. Really, mostly I have had no other choice than develop patience, as I have worked with disabled people and the elderly people for a long time.

    Yet, with impatient people I have to become more patient especially with those who have illnesses. Elderly people can often be impatient….

    I have a limit to my patience, I am very patient for a long time and then I blow up.

    So I have to try to deal with it.

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