“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”

Heeeey!

Okay so this is a little different to my previous posts. I was cooking for the family the other day and while I was slicing peppers, I suddenly stopped and just ran to get my camera. I went to show my family the photos and its safe to say they weren’t as impressed, which was understandable because me being a bit camera happy meant food took about twice as long.

I just could really appreciate the different textures and elements there were to this one pepper that was in an in between phase and wanted to capture that on camera. It just showed me how you can really find beauty in almost anything as ridiculous as peppers and that beauty really truly is in the eye of the beholder.

Being at uni meant that I haven’t been able to bring out my trusty Fujifilm Finepix camera out as much so I thoroughly enjoyed taking these photos…some may I was a little bit too snap happy but hey, its the little things in life that can make us the happiest I guess. No matter how weird and wonderful they may be.

I thought I’d share some of my spontaneous snap happy in the kitchen moments with you guys on here, so have a click on each image to see them in full size.

[Note: All images included in this post were photographed – and edited by me]

Granted this is a bit of a random post but I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did when taking the photos.

Until next time,

Esther

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PS. I didn’t include captions on the images so I could let you interpret the photographs as YOU  wished. However extreme or obvious it may be, do let me know your thoughts in the comments below, I’m always intrigued to see other people’s interpretations – that’s what makes photography so fun for me!

I’ve included a link to the Tumblr version of this post, which you can view here.

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