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One of my favorite things to take photos of are flowers. They're just perfect candidates for an amazing photo! I especially love the colors in some of them. The flowers in this photo are fairly plain, but they are so cute and tiny! They're tiny little wildflowers I found on a family camping trip.


One thing I find weird (mostly about myself) is that I can remember different memories from vacations and special trips easier when they're nature or flowers, rather than a family photo. For example, even though these flowers are pretty generic, this photo helps me remember almost exactly when and where I took it. I think we need a dramatic retelling of the story about how I got this photo...


We were on a family vacation at Eagle Cliff Campground in Minnesota. On a very calm and quiet afternoon, my little brother and I had just finished setting up tents for the following night. The river behind our campsite was so close, and the sounds of it rushing along were extremely soothing. I pulled out my camera and immediately went out to walk around and take some photos of the landscapes and nature things around the camp. I decided to drag my little brother with me because....why not? As we were walking down the gravel road, we wondered if there was any way to get down to the river. From the road I spotted the tiniest path, and after some inspection we realized that it was exactly what we were looking for. So, of course, we went down to the river without any hesitation whatsoever. The first thing I noticed were all the little wildflowers lining the path, but I ignored them for a bit to take a look at the rushing water. It was so cold and there were a bunch of those skimmer bugs gliding across the water's surface. I sat and watched for a minute, admiring all of what was around me. The trees were just started to change colors, there were oranges and yellows poking through the green. The breeze coming down the river was cool and the trees were dancing with it. There were a few fish swimming around freely in the river. And, the rocks I was sitting on were, in fact, wet. So, I got up, brushed myself off, ignored my brother as he'd started throwing rocks into the river, and began looking for the best spots for a quick mini photo shoot. My attention was again drawn to the wildflowers, where I had first seen them at the little path. I flicked the "on" switch on the top of my camera, and brought it up to, specifically, my left eye. I flinched a little, the camera was cold and I was definitely not expecting that. I picked a few of the wildflowers to take photos of, then continued with photos of the river and trees. We were down there for about 15 minutes before I got bored. Watching my brother try to throw rocks to the other side of the river was entertaining, but I still decided to go rest. I decided to leave my brother and walk back to the campsite to rest for the day, for we had a lot of stuff going on the next day. I found my camera bag in my tent on my cot that had yet to be made. Opening it up, I was expecting to find the lens cap in there somewhere only to realize that it was still in my pocket. The lens cap was put on and I placed my precious child (camera) into the bag so it would be ready for me to grab the next morning.


Did you like my story? Because I sure loved writing it! That story was from about a year ago, I'm shocked that I can remember that much, honestly.


Some things I love about this photo are the contrast between the background and the flowers, how bright the petals are, and how much the bigger flower jumps out at you. The brightness in the middle of the flower and the petals are what makes me feel like it jumps out at you. All of the little details are clearly visible, which I think is actually my favorite thing about this photo. 


This photo would be good for such things as the following:

~ Desktop background

~ Phone background

~ Home decor

~ Room decor


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I, Bear, personally capture all of my photos whilst on family vacations, walks, everyday strolls, and short outings. My favorite photos to take are sunsets and flowers! I take them with my Nikon camera.

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