Hey bloggers! Inquisitive Writer here! I haven’t written a post in a while now, and this post will be a tiny house review! As you may know, I have said that I will be showing my custom lego reviews. In case you didn’t know… I am a lego custom builder. I take whatever legos I have, and make something out of my imagination. A few months ago, I built a lego tiny house, and it was pretty fun. Continue reading “Would you live in a Tiny House?”
Ok, so I entered in the Future Photo Challenge contest from the Daily Post. I know this is weird that I’m posting on a Tuesday, but you can check out my “How often I post” page to see when I usually blog. You basically take a photo relating on something that will happen in the future. It’s required that you enter one photo, but I took so many spring photos beforehand, I just wanted to incorporate all of them! Continue reading “I Can Predict the Future!”
This photo is part of the Vibrant Color Challenge. Even though it said to only post photos in a warmer climate, I don’t care. I really love this photo.
This is a photo that I actually took, and I take full pride in it. No edits at all. This shot was taken in the morning, around 6:45-ish. This photo describes that you can find little photography moments in monotonous work days. To all my workaholics out there, just remember: there are little moments every day you should remember. Every day isn’t the same.
Even though this doesn’t remind you of the good ol’ summer days, it’s just a little reminder that you should stop, focus, and smile. 🌅 😇
Really, what if we did look the same? This is another question of the day.
We would see ourselves on the inside. If we judge people on the outside, then seeing yourself (other people), we would see on the inside.
Let’s face it: we’d be bored. Looking at “ourselves” all the time would be very boring.
Maybe we’d be irritated. If someone makes fun of you, it would be like looking in a mirror. But at the same time, that person probably wouldn’t do that because they’re making fun of themself.
We would possibly blend in. Even though we would see eachother on the inside, over time we would act like eachother because we look like eachother. Just like when you dress exactly like your boss at work (awkward also) you’d probably feel more controlled by your boss.
If we fight to be different, we’d spill stains on our shirts or mess up our hair. If we really want to fight to be different, we’d start off with little things and work our way up. Although, it would be hard at the same time, considering that we all look the same.
We wouldn’t fight for beauty. We wouldn’t want to be beautiful, because there’s not much to compare for. Unless you REALLY want to be different.
I pretty much listed a lot of possible situations for this problem (or solution) depending on the group that decides to stay the same, or fight to be different. There are probably more reasons on why we should fight to be different and should be individuals, and being independent. I would fight to be different. Would you?
What would happen if we lived in a world that had no color?
This is the question of the day. What if there was no color in this wonderful world?
There would be no interesting artpieces or illustrations. No one’s art would be as interesting. Paintings that were meant to display rainbows or a multitude of colors, won’t be captivating. Murals wouldn’t be fascinating.
We wouldn’t be as creative as we are with colors. We wouldn’t even bother wearing something colorful for events, or just for a jog. What makes us different individually is by what we wear, and color comes into play into a lot of that. We wouldn’t be ourselves, in a way.
Photographers wouldn’t have as amusing photos. Sure, there is some black & white photography, but most photographers include color in their photos. Photographers would have to find a new hobby, because their art wouldn’t be as appreciated.
Nature wouldn’t be a beautiful sight. We all know flowers and trees are known for their color, but nature wouldn’t matter for our sight anymore. Sunflowers wouldn’t express their bright yellow patch, apple trees wouldn’t show off their eye-catching red apple color.
There are many reasons why we are so fortunate to live in a world of different colors, cultures, people, clothing styles, attitudes, and so on. Color seems alive in our eyes, and it really brings out the little things. 🙂
Yes! I have done it! You know I said that only lucky photographers can snap that once-in-a-lifetime photo? Well, this is the photo! I snapped this with no filters, with my iPhone 6, in the morning approx. 6 a.m.
I feel like I should get a Nikon camera. I am becoming a photographer with only an iPhone 6 as a camera. I need something just for capturing photos. Anyways, I am going to think about it. I hope I reach my decision!
Photography. It can be a passion, or a love. Many photographers strive for the once-in-a-lifetime-photo. The prize can be given to some lucky photographers.
I really love photography. The name for my blog may not totally go with another name such as The Lucky Photographer. If I had a photography blog, (and if I had time) that would totally be the name. But I use Pinterest and Instagram as my photography sharing tools. You might be wondering why I didn’t put my Instagram profile up on WordPress. I have not put it up for security reasons (no, just kidding :-D) I didn’t put it up because tons of my personal friends are on it and I don’t think they would entirely happy if I permitted access to their personal photos and selfies. And also my Instagram is my personal+photography account. Perhaps I could make another account for photography, but that’s too much work. Really, two accounts? I’m only having one account for one social media. Unless it’s for business. But (little me) I would combine my personal+photography+business account. Then…. blah blah blah blah… blah…
ANYWAYS, back to the post. Here are my favorite Pinterest and Instagam photos
And last but CERTAINLY NOT LEAST
Picture this: you are underwater and encounter some setbacks
Wow! Here I am underwater. What the…? I can breathe?! And would you look at that, a tail ,too?!? There are aqua-blue walls around me. George Washington? Oh, phew it was just a painting. Painting can survive underwater? Well that’s a first.
I stop and silently admire the turquoise walls. Something is moving. Coral, maybe? It’s [I believe] a human. She stops and looks, startled, and exhales air bubbles. Oh no! I start to sprint, no, swim rapidly (yes!) toward the poor (and soon to be deceased) woman. I pull her up, up, and up! We are at the surface. Still, not breathing. I call for help. No one. The sun was blaring in my eyes. I start swimming quickly again to shore. I try to breathe myself, but I hurry back to the water. I had no idea what happened to her. Last thing I saw was the beach.