On my trip to Jackson, I was able to take a few fine art photos. I realized that I really enjoy taking photos of things that you would sometimes just pass by. I took photos at a normal angle on these two plants, but as I changed my perspective, I was able to get an even greater shot! I like seeing things in a different way and being able to notice the little details. It makes me wonder, what else I could see if I just change my perspective. How would this relate to those around me and my interactions or how I view problems? It is interesting what we can truly see when we change our perspective.
This first plant I found on a little pull of the road stop by the Snake River. I wish I knew what the name was, so if anyone knows, please let me know! I love the little cotton buds on it.
This second plant was found while I had pulled over to take pictures of a beautiful waterfall. While others around me were taking photos of the waterfall, I wandered off the trail a little bit and found this thistle bush with purple buds. It is a little rough around the edges and pokey, but I really love that from those pokey thistle parts are beautiful purple buds. Just think if I hadn’t wandered off the path a little and just did what everyone else was doing? I wouldn’t have even noticed this interesting plant!