cee’s fun foto challenge – cameras and owners (in action)

“Don’t shoot what it looks like.
Shoot what it feels like.”
David Alan Harvey

“Taking pictures is like tiptoeing into the kitchen
late at night and stealing Oreo cookies.”
Diane Arbus

Claudia@HappyFace313, Albertina Museum – Vienna, November 2015

“Essentially what photography is is life lit up.”
Sam Abell

Ann-Christin@Leya, Wannås Castle – Wannås, Sweden July 2017

“When people ask me what equipment I use –
I tell them my eyes.”
Unknown

Sue@WordsVisual, Citadellpark – Landskrona, July 2017

“If you want to be a better photographer,
stand in front of more interesting stuff.”
Jim Richardson

I know this position too well (unknown photographer) at Keukenhof Gardens –  Lisse, Netherlands April 2017

“No job is complete until the selfie is posted.”
Ashok Kallarakkal

Me at the Yayoi Kusama exhibition at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebaek, Denmark – September 2016

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Any kind of camera or photographer

4 thoughts on “cee’s fun foto challenge – cameras and owners (in action)

  1. 🙂 Wow, dear Wivi,
    when I opened this post it came as a real surprise to see a picture of myself taking a picture 😉
    Gosh, I would have loved to have seen the Yayoi Kusame exhibition!
    No ice cream for me today. Maybe tomorrow…
    Sleep tight and many hugs xoxo 🙂

    • Yes, she is more than wired and wonderful. No ice cream for me neither yesterday … I slept most of the day. After a day with Ann Christine in Malmö and frying hot sun, I was in need of it. Tonight I will have some. IceCreamHug.

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