Seeing Differently

It happens over and over again. I’ll be walking through an area with a camera with someone else, oftentimes that being Joey, and we will stop and stare at the same potential photographic subject. The simultaneous clicks of our shutters indicate that we are capturing that same subject presumably in much the same way.

A few days ago, Joey posted (see here) a shot of this broken down old work shed. His focus, in color, was upon the crooked and damaged window while mine was, in monochrome, wider and much further back.

Interesting how we see so differently.

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