“Austin weather has been unreal this year from cold to ice to warm to rain. On this particular morning we had steady rain and as I was leaving for work I looked at my rose plant and saw the water bubbles on the leaves. I could not resist to take a picture but instead of going into the house to get my DSLR, I took out my phone – Samsung Galaxy III and snapped this picture. As a photographer the one thing I value is what I see, whether its emotion or scenery – I want my pictures to invoke emotion and this one remains me that spring is coming. “
“I love photography- my motto is I don’t take pictures, I capture the moments.”
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