Taking photos is a huge part of my life! I don’t consider myself a professional by any means (I’ll leave that up to my husband!), but I can’t really go anywhere without finding something to take pictures of! In fact, I often take too many, which my husband can attest to. He regularly hears the cries of “Help! My phone is out of storage space!”
Though I know a DSLR camera and have taken many photos with one, the convenience of a phone camera has definitely changed things for me and likely many people. If they only made a DSLR camera that fit in your pocket! I now have an iPhone, not even the most recent one, but one that has a really nice camera. iPhone 11 Pro Max. I’m just scratching the surface on what it can do, and have been most impressed by its image stabilization on a video!
Many photos are taken for memories, like a picture of my kids playing or even posing in front of scenery that is new to us. However, when we are exploring a new park or trail, its usually nature that I am admiring.
Over the last few years what has captured my attention are patterns. Patterns I see in nature, or even those created by animals, architects or contractors. There is something about the repeating patterns that fascinate means often leaves me wondering how its happening, or how they thought to make it that way.
Below are some of those patterns from our adventures throughout Washington and Oregon!
I would love to know – what has been catching your eye lately?