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Little bit of homemade art

Honestly, I really have had a nice day today. I’ve been productive and mostly in a good mood. I’ve done stuff. I’ve been outside. I went on walks. I ate real food.

Generally I’ve had a good day – and it’s been too long since that happened last time.

I picked up this flower on my way home from one of the walks and I really love taking photos of flowers. And today I felt inspired to do some editing. I’ve never edited this way before, but I really enjoyed it. Maybe in time I’ll find something worthy of being framed and put onto the wall. Maybe.

It doesn’t really matter. Today I’m just happy I’ve felt good. Already looking forward to that happening again.

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Forcing optimism upon myself

I’m not sure about the title for this post, but it was the best I could do right now do describe what I’m trying to do with this collage.

I know photos is one way of affecting my brain and my way of thinking. I hope that this can work for others besides me, but the idea is that photos can bring good thoughts to you and lead positivity through your mind instead of misery and hopelessness.

These pictures scream spring to me. They’re happy and they light up everything around them. It’s a miniature mood board, designed to lift your, and my, mood. It might not be much, but even a little bit is a victory.

Disclaimer: Photos found on tumblr years ago, not mine. 

Casting light on what’s beautiful

There’s even beauty in the dead flowers. Maybe there’s beauty in me too then.

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My brother-in-law has borrowed my camera, so this sudden burst of inspiration only came out through the lens of my phone. I still like it. It’s details. It’s colour and light.

Wish I had a background..

Beauty in the details

I fall in love when I see these pictures, and I feel so proud knowing they are mine. The flowers are from my parents’ 25th anniversary, so more than being extremely pretty, they provide great memories.

I hope I will forever keep seeing beauty in the little things. I wanna capture it and show everyone how beauty can be more than what we see at first glance. Beauty in details, in texture and shapes. In colours and shades, and in smell and taste.