Change your Perspective – Fine Art

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.

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Cotton Plant, Interesting Plants, Fine Art Opportunity, Off the Beaten Path, Change your Perspective, Interesting Plants

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!

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Thistle Plant, Purple Plants, Interesting Plants, Fine Art Opportunity, Off the Beaten Path, Change your Perspective, Interesting Plants

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  1. Rachel, I am amazed at the clarity in your thistle shots. It was so windy that day and everything was blowing around, not to mention how cloudy it was, making it even more difficult to get a good shot. Your pictures are “tack-sharp” and I’m jealous! Great job!

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