Distance not only gives nostalgia, but perspective, and maybe objectivity.
— Robert Morgan


Have you ever just sit and observe people where ever you go? Do you ever try to figure out what's their story like? What makes them smile, laugh, cry or just doing what they do. Not every person is a like. Although, I have come across someone who could actually be my twin out in the universe but there is a small percent that not everyone is similar. This is what separates everyone from each other. We think and we live differently.  When I was younger I always wanted to work as as a profiler. To learn what drives people to do what they do is very interesting for my perspective. Each image below has a separate yet beautiful quality. This is where I got my inspiration for this months Katy theme "The view from here". Hermann Park was the location where I was able to capture my idea. It's rich in culture from the people who visit it. It was full of life and yet so much mystery. It was a feeling of calmness even though everyone was so focused in what they were doing in their own bubble. Each and everyone has shown to have their own story, which makes this project amazing. I guess this is how writer's get the ideas for their stories. Watching their surroundings and creating a storyline. This is how my view see's the world in front of me. I hope this inspires you to see your what's in front and make a story out of it. 

Desi of Desi Magnuson Designs is next up in our Katy blog circle. Let's see what amazing images she's come up with on her blog..

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