The Loss Of Connection (Coronavirus)

A little while back I posted a picture of a puddle reflection. This photo, as written in the post: Brain Neurons In a Puddle, (which can be found here) represented all the personal connections an average person makes in a year. The image below is an update to that picture, and how since the Coronavirus plandemic, the personal connections we usually make with each other have been almost completely severed.


In the previous post I asked how many squiggles (connections) your puddle would have, because everyones would be different. But now I can be pretty certain that our squiggles / personal connections are all close to equal. Blurred = Warped. Uncertain times we are living in.

The Sun Still Sets In The West

The Sun Still Sets In The West. Try not to worry too much about the strange situation taking place worldwide at the moment. If you think about the magnitude of what is happening, and what it could eventually lead to, it can drive some people crazy with fear. The future seems uncertain at this point. But don't let it get you too worked up. Because if it does, and you become too fearful, it can lead to unclear thinking and rash decisions.


Anyway, that's enough about that. But remember, nothing is new under the sun. Speaking of the sun, I hope you like my picture for today; The Sun Still Sets In The West. Taken with the Samsung WB500 (Unedited and purposely underexposed, just the way I like it). There's a review of this camera on this post.

Some Trees Are Scary

Some trees can look scary. I've been taking lots of pictures of trees lately. Mostly of ones that are big and imposing. I've taken some photos of a tree recently that looks very stange. It looks like it could be about 1000 years old. I'll post some soon. The tree below is, I believe, a huge Oak tree. It looks quite spooky.



Reflection Water Puddle Photography

Puddle Photography is almost totally dependant on what the reflection is. So it really matters on the location, or what the picture taker is near, and what they can angle into the water puddle. Of course, you can be creative and add things into the picture so they are reflected into the puddle of water, but I prefer natural photography. Some natural additions include buildings, lights, shadows and people.


The picture above was taken with a Panasonic Lumix FZ50 (in black & white). I've got a really good puddle reflection shot in mind, which features a building that some people in the UK will know of. But everytime it rains I can never be bothered to go to the location. Too lazy! I'll do it one day.


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