This post is in response to the "you capture" prompt: everyday things.
I like taking photos of everyday things; things we don't give much thought to until they're missing, broken, or unavailable. Then the trivial becomes dear; the common place unique. Sometimes I feel like an everyday thing, as if I'm invisible or useless and my presence would hardly be missed if I wasn't around. I'm sure those are just the blue days....most of the time I realize that each of us in this world has something unique and treasured to offer, even if we seem like plain Janes to the masses.
One of the greatest things that happened on this everyday was I found the "macro" setting on my camera. Oooooohhhhh lucky me. A new set of wonder and excitement to view and capture the world with. I've realized I often am drawn to take close up shots....knowing how to set for macro should help with clarity. Yay for macro. I was so excited I had to try it for a bit and then I was late getting back to work after lunch. (sorry Annie).
Bricks. They're everywhere....everyday, yet nary a thought we give them, unless of course they were missing. Then we'd be some sorry I say.