Change your focus

Posted: August 12, 2013 in Musings, Nature, Photos
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Just as changing focus in photography creates very different pictures, changing your focus in life can create a very different life. Change your focus periodically.  If you normally see only the short-term, try looking long-term (or the opposite.)
If you notice only things or people near you, change your focus to those you don’t normally see or try to understand a perspective that’s different from yours.  As Fleetwood Mac once sang, “You’ll see things in a different way.”

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Tomorrow we’ll be doing a whirlwind, one-day trip to Yellowstone, so I’ll be doing nothing online at all.  But I’ll certainly respond as soon as I can and I always value and enjoy your comments on this or any other post.  And I imagine I’ll have some pictures to share, too.  🙂

Comments
  1. frizztext says:

    very wise advice:
    “Change your focus periodically.
    If you normally see only the short-term,
    try looking long-term (or the opposite.)
    If you notice only things or people near you,
    change your focus to those you don’t normally see…”

  2. Bastet says:

    Great idea…good pointer.

  3. I hope you have a great day tomorrow at Yellowstone!

    • We had an incredible day! You’ll be seeing photos of it for some time but not until I have time to organize, time to write and time wait for the connection to put it all together.

      janet

  4. viveka says:

    Enjoy Yellowstone … have seen so many programs from that National park. All of them amazing. I’m sure you will have a fantastic day .. great photos and adventures.
    I have start looking closer on small details in the nature .. with my camera too. I really like your photos here.

  5. nice TO see WHAT you SEE

    if I had MORE time
    I’d Do mOrE wITh THis ConcEPT

    raNdy

  6. beebeesworld says:

    I have always found natures tiniest overlooked treasures to be beautiful as well! beebeesworld

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