Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder

Nowadays, most photographs are taken using digital cameras. Every single day, a variety of images are being shared on the internet, ranging from awesome to mediocre, from selfies to travels, from colour to black and white. But regardless of the photos shared, whether they are seen as aesthetically pleasing or not, it only proves one thing to me. The world is so beautiful and we need to get out there to see it.

img_0195Isle of Wight

img_0186Chair Lift

img_0201_hdrColoured Sand

dsc_0388_hdrGrand Canyon West (Walk the Sky)

img_3452Theatre of Delphi

dsc_0106View from the Acropolis

dsc_0109Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge

_pjo3956Giants Causeway

img_5933-2Mapawa Nature Park – Cagayan de Oro, Philippines

_pjo7304-2Calamcam white beach resort – Talisayan Misaims Oriental , Philippines_pjo7308Balingoan Misaims Oriental , Philippines

 

img_2731Mt Montserrat – Catalunya , Spain

The art of capturing photographs is interpreted and executed differently. We take photos to capture memories, and each photo has the capability of telling a thousand tales. Though not all photographs may appeal to every single person, but each and every single one tells a story. That’s where the beauty of the photo truly lies in the eyes of the beholder.

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