Prefer learning through observation than judging

Life is full of uncertainties.

Your’s and mine.

Clear picture is not always possible!


Start to observe and learn,

maximize time in own improvement.

minimize time in marking others.


Exactly after a week it was possible to visit the other half of the garden. Weather was fine but with lot of wind. I was happy to be able to try various shutter speeds. There were more wild flowers. We shall have more flowers by the end of June. I managed to a get a slice of yummy carrot cake before the cafe was closed. No photo though.

Six Word Saturday

Jo’s Monday Walk

Lens Artists Photo Challenge

Do you remember this house

Would you like to live here?


35 thoughts on “Prefer learning through observation than judging

  1. Thank you for the wisdom and the beauty! The wildflowers make stunning subjects for you! You have captured such softness, gentleness, and peacefulness. 🙂
    I think the house looks cozy and the nature surrounding lovely! 🙂
    (((HUGS))) ❤️

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  2. Lokesh Sastya

    “Start to observe and learn,
    maximize time in own improvement.
    minimize time in marking others.”

    These lines guides a lot of your readers, including me.

    Please take care. Stay happy.😊

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  3. a very wise poem and quote, love the shutter speeds … that snow one would be perfect to cool down on a super hot day, it ‘feels’ cold! And particularly love the wispy flower one, reminds me of a bad hair day 🙂

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