PAIGE NELSON

My name is Paige.

I'm an aspiring photographer with an insatiable curiosity and an appetite for the fantastic.

This blog is dedicated to my greatest passion- photography. All of the photos on here are mine unless otherwise stated.

Posts tagged eye

Mobius on Flickr.Via Flickr:
It seems like I would rather photograph parts of a horse rather than the whole thing. Look closely…I’m in this picture too :)
I just printed and framed this and it turned out even better than I expected. Looks much better larger on black.

Mobius on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
It seems like I would rather photograph parts of a horse rather than the whole thing. Look closely…I’m in this picture too :)

I just printed and framed this and it turned out even better than I expected. Looks much better larger on black.

All that Glitters by P.E.N. Photography on Flickr.
Via Flickr: Day 4. Musical Inspiration: Lovers in Japan/Reign of Love- Coldplay Not even the clouds can keep me down today. I’m floating, flying, soaring. I am so happy with where my life is taking me. Peacocks make me happy, colors make me happy. I could even hear the peacocks at Leo Carillo Ranch while I was taking this. :) Peacocks are deeply symbolic birds. In ancient Greece, the peacock was the patron bird of the goddess Hera. According to myth, she placed “eyes” on its feathers, symbolizing all-seeing knowledge and the wisdom of the heavens. Peacocks continually shed their feathers, symbolizing renewal and new life. I’ve been through a lot of turmoil this year, but it has made me stronger and smarter. I feel like my life is about to change, in the best way possible.

All that Glitters by P.E.N. Photography on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Day 4.

Musical Inspiration: Lovers in Japan/Reign of Love- Coldplay

Not even the clouds can keep me down today. I’m floating, flying, soaring.
I am so happy with where my life is taking me. Peacocks make me happy, colors make me happy.
I could even hear the peacocks at Leo Carillo Ranch while I was taking this. :)

Peacocks are deeply symbolic birds. In ancient Greece, the peacock was the patron bird of the goddess Hera. According to myth, she placed “eyes” on its feathers, symbolizing all-seeing knowledge and the wisdom of the heavens. Peacocks continually shed their feathers, symbolizing renewal and new life.

I’ve been through a lot of turmoil this year, but it has made me stronger and smarter. I feel like my life is about to change, in the best way possible.