Mullberry Whine

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Favorite Things Failure


I am NOT a photographer.


I can pretend.  Some of my snaps turn out OK.  But I don’t beleaguer the issue, really.  I’ve always been more of a “live in the moment” person than a “capture the moment” person.  I’m just simple like that.  And I’ve come to terms with my non-photo-ista status; I do other things passing well, and that is more than enough for my candid little mind.

But I still adore good photos.

Enter the Shutter to Imagine blog.

If you can’t beat ’em, revel in their brilliance.


2 comments on “Favorite Things Failure

  1. macropixia
    February 4, 2013

    That’s how I feel about any of my creative work. It’s OK not to be great. Just to enjoy it.

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