One Sunday morning in August 2014, I was looking at maps and Google
satellite images of the general area where I live. I was looking
for a new, interesting place to photograph. Earlier that year, I
had started the discipline of taking photographs every day. Which
is great and all, but sometimes a new location can re-inspire. I d
already found several new places using the satellite images posted
on Google and had taken some good photos there. The images showed
me Central Park in Schenectady where I d had a lot of fun as a
child centuries before. Then I noticed the words Rose Garden. I
shot close to 600 photos in the Rose Garden, then went home,
uploaded them and started to see what I got. What I got turned out
to be an epiphany for me. It changed the way I approach
photography. It changed the way I see through the viewfinder and it
gave me an appreciation for roses and other flowers.
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