Beauty within the Lens of the Beholder

I decided to take my camera out for a spin, capturing some of the flower displays and rural sights in and around cirencester. I hope you enjoy!

Pink Perfection:

This first image was captured on one of the many rustic cul-de-sacs abundant in the small town of Cirencester. I believe it portrays a feeling of harmony with nature and rural living with the quintessentially British townhouses in the background and the complexity of detail on the wall and flower display.

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Bridging:

I love the abundance of detail mixed with the foreground dying leaves which appear out of focus. The bridging fallen tree across this small river feels like it has been placed for sheer aesthetic beauty as the clinging moss and greenery still grows upon it.

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Road to Nowhere:

This is perhaps my favorite image from the collection. The path seems to fade to green and mesh with the trees that have formed a long, meandering tunnel down this obscured path seldom used by dog walkers and adventurous soles looking for escapism from the ever expanding and bustling town.
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Author: Daniel Gibbon

This site is dedicated to sharing experiences I have had, the good and the bad. I am an aspiring blogger, graphic designer, photographer and director with some interesting experiences to share. I have generated all content on this page from scratch through drawing, creative writing and photography. Stick around and enjoy the lucidity of life.

10 thoughts on “Beauty within the Lens of the Beholder”

    1. Thank you so much! My ideal plan for a day is to charge up the camera and roam, see the sights and capture everything that catches my eye on a daily basis.

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      1. I’ll be sure to check it out ^^ I love film reviews, I find watching a film after reading a good review to be like watching something entirely different.

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