A flag stands perfectly still and clear through the blurred trees at the American consulate in Rome, Italy.
Einstein, in the special theory of relativity, proved that different observers, in different states of motion, see different realities. ~ Leonard Susskind
A lovely but blurred flower in the El Yunque rainforest of Puerto Rico
At the Butterfly Sanctuary in Key West, FL, butterflies flitted freely about, making anything BUT a blurred photo nearly impossible!
Two of my nephews thoroghly enjoying their punching balls!
The WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge for this week is “blur”. We are directed in this challenge to, “…keep your camera out of focus to achieve a blurry photo, or take a photo of something in motion.” In this digital age, the majority of blurry photos I take are quickly deleted, but I did find a few that I thought completed the challenge very well! This week’s challenge is a fun one and there are some awesome entries, so check them out at the link above!!
About Beth W.
I try to look for the positive in the people and situations I come in contact with! I believe in the power of positive thinking and I believe that even challenging circumstances can be learning experiences if we have a positive mindset!
I'm having fun blogging at: http://picturingpositive.com
These are great pictures!
Thanks, Amy! I truly appreciate you taking time out to leave a nice comment! 😃
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Is that turtle 🐢 red eared slider?
Hi Raymond! I’m not sure what kind of turtle it is. I’m sure there was probably a sign at the butterfly sanctuary, but I didn’t get a photo of it and obviously didn’t retain the information in my head. You are probably right about the type of turtle it is. 🙂 I love the little turtle icon in your post, by the way! Thanks for taking the time to post!
No problem and thank you for your post too 🙂
Here are my turtles that look like yours encouraginglife.co/about/go-pro-vs-turtle/
I was just watching some of Clara and Peter’s videos on your site! How creative! Turtles are awesome!
Thank you for taking your time to watch them 🙂
I love turtles very much. I also found your blog to be interesting with pictures since I also love photography. It’s a cool thing that we encounter each other’s blog!
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I love the American flag in Roma. It is always odd to see a listless flag. Especially a listless flag in the Eternal City. Thank you!
Thanks for the nice comment! I was on a fairly fast moving bus when I snapped the photo, so was amazed that the entire photo wasn’t blurry. It was a special sight for me to see our flag when out of the country, so I was very happy to capture it with the camera!
You did a lovely job. It is amazing what we can capture when we least expect to. Thank you for sharing.
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