Wednesday, September 21, 2011

It's all in how you look at it.

A week or so ago I noted that shifting one's point of view can really alter one's experiences. It's the same with taking pictures. Out for a walk I came across this squished bullfrog. My first thought was, who knew we had such big frogs in our neck of suburbia? Next I saw that the tongue was fully extended. Out came the trusty phone camera.

Crazy photo -- I know, but, to me anyway, pretty cool.


jeff noel said...

Same thing, different angle. Isn't that what a good scientist, and good photographer, does?

Patty Hebert said...

I remember quite clearly the clarity that bloomed when I looked at my data differently. Beauty and elegance- proton transport across the coupling factor complex. When the pieces fit it was like watching a well executed ballet.