In photography, scenes and subjects are composed with intent, or at a minimum, the hope is to capture a moment in time. Through the viewfinder, however, details are often not detected until you see the end result.
In a shot I took yesterday, my daughter was immediately drawn to the wild eyes of our tame rabbit–
Focused, Rachel demanded, "Zoom in on his eye!" so I did.
We saw "it" at the same time…and were delightfully surprised by the discovery.
So much of life is in the details! How often have I missed a special "something" because I was moving too fast to see it?
If this isn’t an über-cool photo for Project Looking Through, I don’t know what is!
Not familiar with PLT? It’s the brainchild of Mark’s Regular Life, succinctly and lyrically described by my friend Jeanne as "posting photographs that somehow embody the theme ‘looking
through’…a great way to encourage observation." Feel free to link your own photos at Mark’s spot so others can enjoy them :).
REVISED: CAN Y’ALL NOT SEE ME IN HIS EYE? I’M SURPRISED NO ONE HAS MENTIONED THAT…LOOK AGAIN AND TELL ME IF YOU DO! 🙂