A few days ago, I stumbled upon another splendid photo shooting opportunity!
I entitled this post “Rays of Hope” because the pictures are just full of ‘em.
Aha, with these new captures, my Flickr page is updated again! :D
MAN, I LOVE THIS MACRO SHOT!!!A white butterfly posing with a bunch of purple flowers. I waited more than half and hour outside in the garden until I managed to take a perfect still-shot of this flittering butterfly.
People ask me how I take such pictures. Man, I tell you, its not as easy as it looks. Sometimes, its an easy shot. Sometimes its a fluke shot. But most times, I have to plan the picture and visualize how I want it to look like in a frame. It usually costs me a lot of time and patience to stay put at that one spot until the perfect-est picture is snapped!
Yeah, you bet I can be such a perfectionist when it comes to photography. Ask my sisters. I always, always insist that every photo must be in the right angle, composition, and lighting. I usually come up with multiple shots of the same subject. Then in the end I'll delete all the "less-than-perfect" ones and finally end up with only ONE shot that I think is the perfect-est of the lot. Hahaha.I added to this picture the verse from Colossians 3:2.
"Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things."
Hope you were "enlightened" by the pictures. Have a splendid day. =)