The amateur photographer



I was born with a wild heart and a desire for exploring the unknown. Settling down and having kids was never an ideal in my life, therefore, I prefer to spend my time doing things that I truly enjoy without being bothered that I have responsibilities. Don’t get me wrong; I respect each person’s decisions and I guide myself by the principles of wisdom that we are the masters of our life and we must live accordingly.

Years ago, I discovered photography and digital cameras. Or maybe photography reached to me. Either way, it completely captured me. I see photos not only as memory keepers but also as gateways to future. As weird as it might sound, when I admire a photo my mind gets distracted and I imagine a whole story from scratch. Therefore, the right one can speak for itself without further explanation.

All my life I was that kind of person that craved for learning new things. I dedicate much of my spare time to reading, besides photography and watching science fiction movies. Although not a big computer junkie I have recently started learning tips and tricks about Adobe Photoshop. As much as I like my photos to reflect raw beauty there’s always place for some little improvements. It’s not easy but I do my best to pass all my online lessons so that in the future, you, my dearest readers find my blog as a discovery place of nature, landscapes, birds and flowers.

My intention when I first started to think about having a blog was to show people my philosophy towards nature and the way I believe life should be lived. I’ve decided to set my focus on nature because this is the best place to start my journey. I’ve chosen the path of photography and what better way to do that then learning everything about what lives around me?

If I were to describe myself in a few words I would most likely say: adventurous, generous, fearless, curious, honest. I live alone so basically, I have time to pursue my hobbies with dutifulness. I have a rigorous schedule which I obey precisely with sporadic indulging into SF television shows and chocolate. I’m not against finding a soulmate and having a family. It’s just that I prefer to make the right choice at the right moment. Until then, I prefer to invest time and knowledge in my own persona and share my thoughts and facts with an audience that values nature’s gifts as much as I do.

So, if you found my thoughts interesting I invite you to subscribe to my page. I’ll try to post as often as I can fun and interesting facts about nature, birdwatching and photography. I wish you all that’s best! Keep your mind positive and your soul open!