Many of the bloggers that follow me and I follow in return are doing amazing job and I admire them. I am overwhelmed by talent! Last week a passionate blogger and mental health advocate Sheri de Grom http://sheridegrom.wordpress.com/ asked me to join the Traveling blog. I felt so grateful and truly humbled. Sheri is doing a job of tremendous importance speaking for the people suffering from mental illness. Her blog is a powerful tool, my blog is only a little piece of love I have for my fellow human beings.
As I accepted the invitation, here are a few questions I am supposed to answer.
What I am working on at the moment?
I am planning to visit Saltee Islands, Co Wexford, for bird photography. Now I am doing some research for this trip. My next destination is Cliffs of Moher, also mostly for bird photography, and after that I am going to Dublin for street photography (Pride festival).
How does my work differ from others of its genre?
Well, it must differ a bit because I write in a language which is not native to me. Common sense tells me to rather keep to photography than do any writings, but sometimes there are things I do want to tell about. . I write just about everything:) When I work I am thinking, and if it looks like a good thought to share, so I do. Sometimes I read about some place or person, and I like to go and see them by myself, take my own pictures and share. Usually I don’t have a detailed plan, because I love to surprise myself too:)
Why do I write what I do?
I feel good when I think that somebody smiles reading my blog, or sighs, or drops a tear, or gets inspired for doing something special. I must love humans, otherwise why would I pursue portrait photography:) I want them to be safe and comfortable, to understand and love humor, to be touched by beauty and amazed by new knowledge.
How does my writing process work?
I am a person who is amazed with things all the time, so it is easy for me to pick up a subject. I write what I see, what I know, what I care about. Most of the times I am smiling when I write:). Usually I do research and write a draft; then I take pictures, and then… I write all over again.
Here are some fellow bloggers who have accepted my invitation. I don’t know why I am so lucky to meet the most amazing people! Please visit their blogs. I know you will love what they do.
Incredibly talented Hattie Wilcox, http://availablelightonly.com/ , http://writingwithoutahelmet.com/ I am walking through her blog like through an enchanted forest. Every picture tells a story, every word of poetry takes me away.
Warm humor of Emily Grace http://beefandsweettea.com/ always makes my day. When I read her blog I do want to have a goat and chop the mustard… I want every day to be a National Agriculture Day. Today I stuck behind a tractor on my way home – had no bad feelings, seriously:)
Leyla Garza http://darkpink.wordpress.com/ , her photographs will tell you what a young girl likes. She lost her lens cap you see, and since then she cannot stop taking pictures:)
Here are some pictures from last week. Hope your day is nice and peaceful.
Photography tip of the day: photo editing is art itself.