Over the weekend I had a moment of clarity, during which I felt sure of what I wanted to do in regards to photography. You could even say I found "my vision".
Don't congratulate me yet, though - as tends to happen with moments of clarity, this one came and went ;-)
Still, I'm not at square one any more - in fact, I feel like I've taken a major step forwards. At the moment I'm way too self concious to go into details - I'll leave that for the learning community I'm participating in.
I do hope all of you had a great Monday - supposedly the most irritating day of the week :-)
Shot: The cliffs at Thornwick Bay, Yorkshire UK.
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