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Behind My Window

What can you see behind my window? Really, there’s not much to see. I barely captured the corn field you see on the ground nor did I capture a great view of how big or what shape this building is like. The sky doesn’t get it’s own view either.

But the change in position such as standing up instead of sitting down may give you a different view. Perhaps, getting closer to the window may give you a better view of what’s behind that window. Sometimes we try to capture everything in one photo and it ends up with nothing to be seen clearly.

We try to fill up as many things as we can with one photo but we end up losing the aspect of clearly identifying what’s in that photo. Sometimes, if it’s too much for us to capture in one snap, why not take several? Patience and perfection sometimes is a needed characteristic people should sometimes consider πŸ™‚


Photography by MP

Northern Virginia, U.S.A.



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  1. Thanks so much MP for this — as with photos, so with life. Sometimes one perspective is just that — one way to look and when we stand up or move around the issue – it changes. Hopefully for the better. πŸ™‚ Love your posts and the insights. Bon Journee πŸ™‚

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    1. Thanks so much Krishna for your kind words and taking the time to go through my posts πŸ™‚ It’s always good to hear from you and most importantly, I’m so glad we share the same thoughts πŸ™‚ I absolutely agree with your comment, just hoping we can get a better perspective on things πŸ™‚ I’m so glad to see your comment, wish you the best and have a wonderful rest of the week to you as well πŸ™‚

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  2. Brilliantly said, MP!! There are so many ways to view things in life. We just have to put ourselves in the right positions to capture the beauty of every perspective. Another wonderful and profound post, my friend!! 😊

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