I think we all enjoy some type of creative outlet, but might not find anything we enjoy for quite some time. In our exploration of hobbies for Care Bear, she’s taking a series of photography classes. If I didn’t have little ones to tend to, I’d love to join her in the fun!
An added bonus if Care Bear picks up photography as a hobby is she will have something to look forward to when we visit nature centers! When I saw a local wildflower garden was hosting the photography series, I jumped at the opportunity. They split the class into five parts, each is a stand alone class, but if you take all the classes, they build upon each other.
Care Bear has now just taken one photography class: an intro to the camera features. She learned a few new features to her camera, and already seems to have a slight improvement in her picture taking. The next class covers how to use the meters, choose shutter speed, and other things I don’t understand. In sha Allah she can teach me!
So, without further ado, here’s some of the pictures she took after her class was finished:
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