When The Rain Comes

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Uploaded 30 Oct 2012 — 5 favorites
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© Peter Tompkins
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I am not sure about this pic. It was an accident...my camera went off when I was getting in the car. I can just hear the professors in my photography class..."You cropped it! You shouldn't crop! Where does your eye lead you...what was the purpose of this pic?!" Well, screw college profs. lol. I like it. It captures how I feel when it rains...mysterious, dreary and inspired. When it rains I a filled with great inspiration and hope.

6 responses

  • Lynn E. Harvey

    Lynn E. Harvey gave props (30 Oct 2012):

    Love what you wrote and this is Perfect!!! mysterious and love the green...

  • Peter Tompkins

    Peter Tompkins said (30 Oct 2012):

    Thanks Lynn. I hope your not a college prof. lol.

  • Tomma Henckel

    Tomma Henckel gave props (30 Oct 2012):

    It definitely conveys a "rainy day feeling." I love the color, it's a color of hope, not the usual dreary rainy color.

  • Peter Tompkins

    Peter Tompkins said (1 Nov 2012):

    Thanks Tomma.

  • Pedro Teixeira

    Pedro Teixeira gave props (6 Nov 2012):

    Nice words...Great capture!

  • Lenna Pauley

    Lenna Pauley gave props (3 May 2013):

    I totally agree on what you said. Being somewhat new to all of this, sometimes I think my naivety works more for me than against me.

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