“There are two people in every photograph: the photographer and the viewer”
~ Ansel Adams
Grey Heron, Tampa, Florida
Baby Manatee Drinks Water From A Hose, Indian River, Florida, East Coast.
Sandhill Cranes Having Lunch in Tampa, Florida
Professional Photographer and Entrepreneur, Renée May
Born in New York and grew up in Florida . I was fortunate enough to travel up North to New York every summer after the school year ended, my Grandfather bought me my first camera which filled me with wonder & curiosity. I love to travel when I can, volunteer to help clean up our ocean’s and use my voice to help save our Planet and everything living.
We are all Judges held by our captive audience of life. Science states that it takes us just 10 seconds to place judgement on another after meeting them. How we come to a deeper and more meaningful understanding of who we are by being more open to new experiences and keeping an open mind will benefit you the most. Instead of looking at the cover, open your mind (or book) up and find real meaning to the way in which you are interpreting your own thoughts in reaction to our senses, the eyes. How you decide to interact with the world we create from what we perceive is the keynote to achieving a higher self-awareness and having a clearer picture with an open mind brings about mindfulness.