Whenever we observe the world, we are framing what we see. Sometimes the frame is made up of our mood, our personality, or our memories: whatever makes up our “frame of reference” or what we choose to focus on. And now I am done with the philosophical part of my post.🙂
In a more concrete way, in the act of taking a photo, we frame the photo, deciding what is important and how to present it. And sometimes there is a physical frame as in the following photos:
Cow in its Pen
Undeveloped Lot Through a Fence
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One of the most wonderful things about children is their uninhibited sense of fun. They don’t think about anyone watching them or judging them. They also will join right in with other children even if they have never met them before.
My town has a free concert series in the summertime. Everyone brings their chairs or sits on the grass and enjoys the music. I couldn’t resist taking a photo of the kids enjoying themselves.
Kids Having Fun!
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The other morning was a foggy one at Island Grove Pond. I went to check on the swans’ babies.
I went to check on the ducks too. All flights were grounded.
All Flights Grounded
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