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September 23, 2011

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Tara

Brilliant brilliant Rosie. Love that you're looking at the world through a different lens (see what I did there?)
I saw a photo recently of some barbed wire with a field of flowers behind it. Stunning

Rosie Scribble

Thank you. I mean thank YOU. I wouldn't be doing this if I hadn't seen your photos, and your camera and if you hadn't started the gallery. And I absolutely love it. Big virtual hug.

Kate Takes 5

Love these pics. Think I'm going to have to sit down and actually work out how my camera works...

Rosie Scribble

I'm not exactly sure how my camera works, Kate. I have books and I'm working through a couple of settings at a time. I need it explained to me really, in plain English, but have found a few helpful videos online. You can do it!

Pictorial Mum

These are fab pics - well done! I was out in my garden taking similar photos yesterday, great fun fiddling about with settings and trying to see the opportunities in your own back garden!

Rosie Scribble

Thank you. I still have a lot to learn but it's great fun. It's amazing how much there is to photograph if you really start looking. I hadn't expected to find a single thing at our local park, apart from trees obviously. It really is making me look art life through a different lens, as Tara says.

Ellen Arnison

Beautiful photos. It's great fun isn't it, finding something worth taking a picture of somewhere not instantly lovely.

Rosie Scribble

That's just it, Ellen. I didn't think there would be anything to photograph in autumn until I realised I wasn't constrained to photos of pretty flowers, I could go off and get a bit creative.

Midlife Singlemum

Fabulous photos. I actually have phd in photography. That's Phd for push here dummy. Have happy snappy weekend, xxx

Susan Mann

wow these are fantastic. Love them. x

Ali

Lovely and another ladybird :-)

Apparently it is a fact that those who appreciate what is around them are much happier people. So they you go photography is good for you :-) xxx

jfb57

So glad you have found something for you that you can share. You do have a great eye for these photos. Keep looking!

Rosie Scribble

For a minute I thought you really had a Phd in photography until I read the rest of your comment. Funny! Hope you're having a good weekend. xx

Rosie Scribble

Thanks so much, Susan. That's really encouraging. x

Rosie Scribble

You're right, Ali. There's a lot to be said for appreciating what's around us. It's not something I do often enough. That will change now I have my camera! xx

Rosie Scribble

Thanks Julia. I've always been interested in photography but there has never been time to pursue it. But then I decided I'd regret it if I didn't give it a go.

Strawberry Blonde

Your photos are beautiful. Photography is something I'd love to explore more... it's exciting to look at the world with different eyes. I know that sounds naff, but tis true!
Nic x

Stef

Great shots Rosie, what camera are you using? Iused to love my SLR but it was too heavy to carry up the fells, so I moved to something more compact, miss the flexibilty though.

Rosie Scribble

Thanks Stef. It's a Nikon D3100. I've had a bridging camera for a while and a more compact camera but I'm keen to start taking photography a bit more seriously and take a course locally, so I've gone for a SLR. I love the flexibility it offers although it is certainly heavier so I'll be hanging onto my more compact camera too.

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