My Aeipathy Besides Writing

To those of you who aren’t familiar with what aeipathy means, it means what the featured image of this blog says,

An enduring and consuming passion.. πŸ’™

In my post about why I started blogging, I mentioned “Capturing photographs is what I do in my past time..”

Yup you smart person, you guessed it. In this post I’m going to share some of my snaps with you. 😬

Before I do that, here’s a list of what I love about photography. Fair warning, you might want to take up photography after you’ve read this list.

1. Photography changes the way you see things – No place in the world is boring if you love taking photographs. There is something to offer everywhere.

2. It’s a journey of self discovery – The photographs you take reflect your feelings. They reflect what you truly find beautiful.

3. It’s a challenge – Yes, it’s pretty simple when you think about it. Just take a camera, point at something nice and press the button. Yet, with time you realize how much more it is. You learn new things. You explore.

4. You capture a moment which might never be reproduced – There’s nothing more to say about that. It speaks for itself.

5. You get to share it with your loved ones – This is exactly what I’m trying to do via this post. πŸ˜‰

6. Anyone can do it – It doesn’t have to be professionally, but I love how anyone can do it if they put their heart and soul into it (then again anyone can do anything if they put their heart and soul into it, but let’s stick to the topic shall we?).

There you go. I didn’t want to make the list too long, and keep you waiting, so I reduced it as much as I could. Enjoy (if it’s enjoyable) ! πŸ˜‡

With Love.











P.S. – This time, I own the copyrights to the featured image. πŸ™ƒ

88 thoughts on “My Aeipathy Besides Writing

  1. I’m particularly partial to anything with a sun and a sky (good that they usually stick together) but I also loved that orange wall and the wet grass too. You have a good eye for an interesting photograph – well done. πŸ™‚
    Kindness – Robert.

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    1. Thank you so much Robert! I really enjoy comments like this rather than ‘nice post’ and ‘well done’. It shows that you actually went through all of my photographs and you know what you are commenting about. Regards. 😊

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  2. It wasn’t until I saw the bus station (?) signage that I was convinced you didn’t actually live in Miami, Florida! There is much in common between the two cities. I can tell that you clearly love your city by the emotions portrayed in the photos. Thank you for sharing your other aeipathy with us!

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    1. Ah! That’s one thing I wouldn’t know to blog about. I’m not a professional so I don’t really know. Infact, I take photographs from a phone (a pretty good phone for photographs though). I just shoot whatever I see around me. I like it, I snap it. That’s pretty much it. 😌

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  3. You taught me something new today! I’d never heard the word β€œaeipathy” before. I try to learn at least one new thing each day; it’s 7:30 a.m. and, thanks to you, I’m done LOL. Thanks for sharing your photos – they are lovely.

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  4. I Love this post and how you incorporated your love for photography into your blog post. Like you, I have somewhat of an appreciation towards nature itself and how the outdoors can actually give you a better perspective of your environment. Keep up the great work and God Bless.

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  5. I was wondering which picture I should give the medal for. Hmm I fall for all maybe the one with the drop of water on the grass ? I was once a model for a lover of photography. Lived with him 2 years and got hooked. Keep it up

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  6. Thank you for your article on Aeipathy – a super word! I love photography as well and have the same sentiments as you. I haven’t had time to read more of your blogs. I haven’t used WordPress at all even though I have had an account for years. I am now trying to find my way around it. I have a web site – if you are interested – it explains more about the book I wrote. You do sound like the kind of person you describe yourself to be, which is chatty and liking to make contact. I do too. Lets keep in touch.

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    1. Hello Carolyn! You’re very welcome. Although I’m the person who has to thank you for your lovely comment and taking your time to read my article. I’ll definitely check your website out. Let’s keep in touch. πŸ˜‡

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  7. Love the photos that you took! I do believe that photography is such a beautiful skill for someone to posses. I am a beginner right now but I just took it with my phone as that is the only device that I have on my hands. Much love. ❀

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    1. Thank you so much! 😊 Welcome to the club. I take pictures from my phone too. 😁 I don’t think it’s about the device, you can make beautiful pictures even from a phone. Cheers to photography! πŸ™ƒ

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  8. I love that you love light and texture and words and people and love itself. Keep blogging and witnessing. And, if you don’t know about it yet, Eyeem (an app for enjoyment – I’m not on their payroll πŸ˜‰ is a great community of likeminded souls who see the world differently and share their images. See you there?

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  9. I love the photo of the flower with rain drops. For a phone camera your shots are really good. I use my phone too. I seem to get a a lot of blurry shots – probably me being too hasty 😦 Thank you for the new word to my vocab πŸ™‚

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    1. Every other featured photo I used, is off Google. I didn’t create them, so I added disclaimers. But the featured photo of this post, it’s mine. That’s why I said “this time I own the copyright” to the featured photo. And nope, the home behind the fence isn’t mine. πŸ˜‡

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