I've been in transition for - what feels like - forever, but I've also learned a lot. One thing I've learned is that, when you look through the eyes of a tourist, you see many things with new eyes and when you look through a lens you can find a good picture almost anywhere. So I've resolved to look through the lens with the eyes of a tourist.
I've never been much of a farm "gal" but I find myself enjoying the animal sounds, especially at night. When I close my eyes and listen to the bullfrogs I imagine that I'm in a bungalow at a beautiful holiday resort somewhere, and during the daytime I've taken a few beautiful pictures of the animals.
Right now my life is literally a journey and I'm trying not to miss one moment of it. So here's a few of those moments :)
|This is the view looking out of the back door. |
|And when you look out of the front door; the most fuel efficient lawn mowers I've ever seen (and not so noisy ;)|
|Curious lawn mowers, though ha-ha|
|The male geese seems to stretch their necks and raise their beaks in this way when they try to intimidate or defend. I found it very amusing the other day when they were doing it with the car; a fine example of confidence and courage!|
|I added some effects to this picture and what I love about it is that the ladder in the background looks like wall graffiti. I love it!|
|Then, of course, there's the real wall and the real ladder... Beautiful! (even if I say so myself ;)|
|Mrs Hen and chicks - naturally - gorgeous :)|
|One thirsty goose... literally. Pity that the water drop just above his eye is not more prominent :( but a pretty picture still :)|
When I'm stressed out I battle to be creative, so when I see the creativity I realize just how far I've come and I'm grateful for the journey. For those of you who have been reading me: I hope you're enjoying the journey with me :) Remember to share your thoughts; I'd love to hear them!