A busy London street and a delivery of flowers to the bookshop by a man on his bike/cart. The boy slept on amidst all the hustle and bustle.
I went for a walk and saw three things that in my minds eye should have made a great picture. Now , my mind’s eye and my camera don’t necessarily always see eye to eye if that makes sense! Sometimes my camera plays tricks on me. I take a load of random pictures and the one that I hurried at the end turns out to be the ‘super snap’. The cameos I see in passing and quickly fumble in my bag for whatever camera I have shoved in there ( I am such an amatuer 😦 ) and snap, are the ones I look at most keenly. Did I get the shot I saw in my head?
MMmmm, mostly I don’t because it has been hasty and a fleeting moment.This lady was heading down the hill with her two ponies but I was stuck in the middle of the road and she was watching my every move so that was my excuse for rushing that one…..(It was a pretty sight at the time and the clop clopping of the hooves on the tarmac added good sound to the silent morning.)
This sheep was quietly grazing a bit further down the road from the ponies. The steep incline meant that the field is so much higher than the houses in the street so I liked this perspective of the roof grazing animal ( I had to stand on my toes and wave my camera above my head so that I didn’t get runover!)Anyway, I suppose these are just unedited snapshots that I quite like but won’t win any prizes. It’s all good fun……
When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us. (Bell)