Blur

This weeks photo prompt is blur.  I went through my photo library.  I don’t have anything that is purposefully out of focus, nor do I have anything truly blurry to offer.  However, I do have this.

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So this photo isn’t genuinely blurred, however the intended subject of the photo is in blur.  I was trying to focus on the bird, but because my camera was in m/a mode after I’d focused the lens manually, it auto-focused to the water and away from the bird.  I hate it when that happens.  The water is pretty though, just not what I wanted for this photo.  I hope you enjoy it.  BFN!

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I'm a Mother, a Military Wife, a Student, a Blogger, and an Amateur Photographer. I may wear many hats, but deep down I'm still me.

14 thoughts on “Blur

    1. Thanks. I do like how the water looks, I love when you can capture that foamy frothy thing rushing water does. Just wasn’t the intended subject is all, which made it perfect for this photo prompt. Poor little blurry gull lol

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    1. I loved on campus classes. It gave me a good foundation to build on. Once we moved I did online classes only. I hated it, but only because I was responsible for all of the work on my own and the online instructors were little to no help. I graduated in January with my associates degree in IT (Summa Cum Laude I might add) and I start my bachelors program next week. I am going to do a more interactive online program at a different school. I don’t learn by reading alone and even though I got straight A’s at my last school I still feel like I missed out on a lot. I’m hoping this new school will actually TEACH me something. If that makes sense. I blogged a lot about school while I was working on my associates as I’m sure I will while working on my bachelors. If you are considering going back, I say go for it! Try both formats and see what works for you. Everyone learns differently ya know. Thanks for stopping by and I’m glad you liked my blurry gull lol.

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          1. I teach in Recreation, Parks & Tourism major, and I also teach a gen ed writing intensive course, called Perspectives on Leisure. I worked as a practitioner in the field for over 30 years. And, you too, for sticking with it and getting started on your bachelors’!

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