No edits here. Just the leaves of my house plant against the blown out sky outside my living room window.
This is for Debbie’s “Forgiving Fridays” post this week, which is about letting go of judgements. This past week I judged myself harshly for something, not that I did wrong per se, but what happened was I got a little mouthy when something upset me in front of a fairly conservative friend. Even though I was defending said friend, I wasn’t talking very polite and later judged myself gravely for it.
I have decided I need to let go of this judgement and know that, like these plants, I can grow and change over time.
First day of spring here in the northern hemisphere even though the temps are still dropping into the 30-degrees Fahrenheit. Hoping these shoots don’t freeze.
Motorola X Pure/Processed in Snapseed
Like yesterday’s white berries, I am not sure if these are actually “berries,” or what this plant is called. I suppose I could research it, but…nah. 😉
f/11, 1/40, ISO 1600
I have been busy all week editing over 80 photos from my very first official portrait photo shoot (that is, outside of the unofficial ones I have done of my own daughters.) I shot my friend’s son’s senior pictures and loved every minute of it. Since I almost exclusively shoot nature, doing the portraits was a nice change of pace. I was glad to have gotten the opportunity to branch out of my comfort zone.
I am not sure what this plant is called or if these are even “berries,” but they look like berries to me. 🙂
f/13, 1/50, ISO 800