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I’m not a New Years resolution person, but I do like setting goals for myself when possible. And of course at the beginning of any year, it seems like a good time to evaluate and work on some goals. At times I hate talking about goals because then if I don’t follow through, I feel like I’ve failed. But you know what, I’m not going to let that stop me from sharing. If I accomplish some of my goals, that is great, if I don’t, then that’s fine too. 🙂
One of the goals, or things I want to work on this year is my photography, specifically composition. I have a great camera my husband bought me 4 years ago for our 17th anniversary, and I know the basics to keep it out of the auto mode. But I really struggle with composition and I want to grow in that. I have a couple of websites I am starting to read to get more ideas, and I’m looking at an ebook that helps with the composition/creativity aspect.
With that in mind and some of the things I read this past weekend I went out in our 1 1/2 feet of snow in our back yard and took some photos. I didn’t take as many as I would have like, the snow was just too deep. But I like what I took. I have put a few here, but you can see the rest on my Flickr account.