this week, in addition to playing with my tripod, i forced myself to 'see' a bigger picture than i normally do. if you notice a lot of my photography, i like the details. the tiny bits and pieces that make up the overall subject. i wonder why that is?
you see, according to mr. meyers and mr. briggs (why do i assume they were men) i'm a judger. now before you scoff - not that kind of judge-y mcjudger - but the kind of person that gets bored completely to death if you go into long, intimate details about anything. basically i want the 'big picture'. tell me what i need to know - tell me what you need me to do - tell me where you want to end up. i'm your girl. maybe that's why martha stewart makes me crazy...seriously. i can't make any of her recipes because i feel like i've failed if i didn't garden, process and then cook it myself. but...as usual, i digress.
so, in light of that - why do i like the teeny tiny? so - i wanted to explore that through the eye of my lens. compose on the wider scheme of things. who knows - maybe it will help look beyond myself.