What inspires your senses?

A photograph is but a moment frozen in time, preserved for the future.  They have the power to tell stories, convey feelings and the strength to move us emotionally. Photographs have the ability to capture a moment that's gone forever, one that's impossible to reproduce. Today's linkup is all about exploring the world of photography through our senses.  Sharing moments in time, memories, feeling and emotions that have inspired our senses. Today, I hope you enjoy "sensing" the world and connecting with others through the universal language of photography. 

Here's what inspires my senses:

SEE  | New beginnings.

SMELL  |  Spring flowers.

HEAR  | The return of spring.

TASTE  |  Summer adventures.

TOUCH | The spring breeze off of Lake Huron.

'SIXTH SENSE'  |  Fascination.


If you would like to join in on the fun,
1| Linkup your blog post from Friday, May 23 at 6:00am EST to Saturday, May 31 at 11:55pm EST.
2| Please link back to this link-up in your post, either with text or the below button.
3| Share with social media, using the hashtag #whatinspiresyoursenses and I'll retweet your link!
4| Visit and check out as many blogs as you can to see what inspires others' senses!
5| Last, but definitely not least, get creative and have fun!

At the beginning of June, I'll pick my favourite senses and share with all of you!

t.o. & fro




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6 comments :

  1. This is a great idea, so glad I came across your blog :-) Love your photos, I love new beginnings too!

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  2. Mar, I always love your photos! You're super, super talented! Have you ever worked as a photographer before or ever went to school to learn? This amateur is just curious because years later she's still using the auto button!

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    1. Thank you! You should join the linkup, I'm sure you have some great photos from your recent vacays :)

      I've kind of just taught myself. I bought a good camera when we first moved to Alaska, it was hard not to get into photography there. While I worked at the zoo, I spent a lot of time photographing the animals. One of my girlfriends and I even sold our photos at the weekend market a few times.

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  3. Oh that little sapling starting it's new life gives me goosebumps! I love a good baby tree photo.

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    1. Isn't he so cute?! I love planting trees.

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