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  • Mother Nature

    Once when I was a child
    I grew up in a street filled with
    the beauty of nature.
    Remembering how I love the
    sense of smell how it
    always smell so fresh and pure that
    just tickles my nose
    when it wants me to smile and giggle.
    The air was cozy with a
    simple warm breeze,
    the nature comforts me with it's love as like
    how a mother would embrace and
    comfort her child.
    As a child
    I embrace the comfort,
    enjoy it's company and
    give much love.
    One day I thought to myself:
    "She is beautiful as how the bible
    described what mother nature
    would be by love".
    I wouldn't image how beautiful, elegant
    and bright she is
    in my own eyes.
    The beauty of her
    shines very brightly and very clear
    like crystal.
    My parents bought me
    a camera for me to use to capture
    moments I adore.
    This is when I caught the idea of
    taking unique pictures
    of being around life that
    represents mother nature herself.
    It feels like the moments when
    you are taking a picture it will always
    make a huge difference in life.
    This is when I caught the idea of being
    in love with photography itself because
    it not only catches a solo picture
    it catches an remarkable story that happened there
    from before and after.
    Questions and comments people have from pictures
    that were being captured and
    what does it represent itself.
    When I grew up each day I captured the
    beauty of mother nature.
    She was my purpose, my inspiration,
    and my life because I admired her lovely talents.
    Talents how she impacted
    her life filled with much mysteries
    how she became beauty of life
    and how she started
    in this world.
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