52 Week Challenge

52 Weeks of Susan's Life

Week 38 #24 I found this

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Doe, Myakka State Park FL

It was a very quiet day for wildlife at Myakka State Park today.  There were few birds and they were fairly inactive. Even though it is mating season for the alligators, they too were just soaking up the beautiful weather and enjoying the day.  On the drive out of the park, we spotted a mother dear and her doe.   We quickly jumped out of the car and managed to get a shot before it went scurrying after the mom.  I was fortunate to find this and be able to take a photo.

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Author: susanbeausang

What inspires a photographer?  My journey began taking product photos for my business.  I had a company that provided fashionable headscarves to women and girls with medical hair loss. Photos needed to be updated constantly and the expense of a photographer led me to my first camera about 5 years ago.  I’ve since sold the company but my love for photography has continued to grow.   I’m constantly looking for new places, people, food, new colors – just about anything and everything appeals to me through my lens.   Suddenly light shapes, colors, textures, people, buildings, trees, flowers…. everything around me looks different when I start to see the world as a photographer. For me, an image captures more emotion than your native eye or a written word.  Lingering on images that I have taken and reliving the scene, person or thing is like reading my favorite story over and over again only with the benefit of a visual companion.  I love to study the light and the composition and see how I can tell the story through the lens.  Everyday objects can be exciting when I think of them as capturing a moment in time. Once I started to notice details I realized there was beauty all around me.   My photography allows me to share my perspective with others; it allows me to tell my story and for that I am grateful.  As the lens opens to capture an image, so do my eyes. Susan M. Beausang- susan@smbphotos.com - www.smbphotos.com 8049 Tybee Court, University Park, FL 34201 215-421-9668

4 thoughts on “Week 38 #24 I found this

  1. they’re so sweet looking!

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  2. Thanks. Just lucky to find him. Had about a second to fire off a photo!

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  3. Great find. You captured it well.

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