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Life Leads Me to Get Close in My Photography

I used to let space complement my subjects when I dabbled in photography.

But life has changed. Ick has gotten in the way of my view. It's become harder to see the blessings when hate and disgust cloud them over.

Life changed.
My photography changed.

I get closer. 



When I can't get rid of the annoying background or odd looking object, I zoom in. 

When the distracting things get in the way, I have to get even closer to remember what really matters.
Do you choose to zoom in to see the things in your life that truly matter?
~Alyson

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