"A learning curve is essential to growth". What's the last thing you learned or worked at getting better at? I'd wanted to go to the Giants Causeway for such a long time, mostly to just experience it long before I picked up a camera. Then, when a chance came up to go, I got there and it was potentially one of the most miserable days with totally flat light and tons of people. I didn't expect when going to get an amazing, jaw dropping shot since I knew I'd only have a brief amount of time to spend there and not at prime light hours but I did think I'd potentially get more than one image that I could work with. This one is a shot I've been back and forth on for so long now too, unhappy or frustrated with the edits (I've still a lot to learn about post processing). However, I also think about, in the short amount of time between then and now, all the different things I have learned and what I'd do differently when I visit another time. It makes me excited to go back again and again to a place like this and work at something I love. Let me know what you think and much appreciated, as always!
хороших людей на самом деле очень много.
но для любви недостаточно просто хорошего.
для любви важно, чтобы цепляло, чтобы глаза горели.
невозможно построить отношения с человеком только потому, что он очень хороший.
их нужно строить с тем, от кого твоё сердце цветёт. ☀🌸✳