BEYOND THE LENS

Whether I am on a little trip, running errands, attending the grand kids activities or just hanging out I always carry a camera. Since I retired and started writing again I seem to be more in tune with my surroundings and I see things — the bizarre, the beautiful, the eccentric, the absurd and the esoteric.   Some of what I see amuses me, some things make me sad, some fill me with awe, and others just leave me shaking my head. I am not a professional photographer, I do not have state of the art photography equipment. What you see here is what I saw Beyond the Lens.

THE THINGS PEOPLE COLLECT

Chain Saws, Really???

 

AT THE BEACH

ON THE ROAD
UNIQUE HOUSES
TREES
FAVORITE SIGNS
RANDOM SIGHTINGS
AT THE ZOO
WINTER WONDERS

2 Comments on “BEYOND THE LENS

    • Thank you, Charlotte. It is an amazing world filled with amazing sights. And it’s all there for us to see if we just open our eyes to our surroundings.

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