Not everyone enjoys a five course meal on Noritaki China. The dish might be far more humble but a necessity in life in order to survive.
Ah bless. I’m always a soft touch for the under dog. She’s been abandoned by the homeless who have been offered a bed and three meals a day during the lock down. Most had dogs but I don’t think they were invited. She’s starving and has terrible rope marks on her neck. This is the third day she has appealed to me . She has food in her belly since I met her but we live on a small boat and I have a flock of chickens to feed. I will do my best.
Get close to your subject. Use the zoom function in your camera, or physically move closerto it. Often, our goal is to capture as much of a scene as we can. This time, zoom in on your subject or a particular detail to tell a more interesting story.
Today I bought a couple of tickets from the Maison de la Culture in Papeete for the 2018 FIFO International Film Festival. Walking back through the Paofai Park to the marina, I came across one of nature’s little treasures.
We have had wet but warm weather for a number of days now. The combination has given rise to the growth of fungi.
I thought this fungi was rather delightful and deserved to be captured in a photograph. Kneeling down in the moist grass, I zoomed in to take this shot.
I also took an above shot, of another fungi. It was difficult to recognise it as such but I thought it a rather fun photo.