I always thought I was a perfectionist. First born, driven, type A. (Ok, so maybe I still am. HA!) Yet there is something about freelensing that allows me to let go. Perhaps it’s the narrow focus. The challenge of movement (and holding onto the lens detached from the camera!). Maybe it’s that I’m never quite sure the result of the images when I click the shutter. My freelensed images may not have crisp focus and the composition or light may be far from perfect, but they make me feel. And that’s what art is supposed to do, right? Tell a story that evokes emotion. I hope you find a piece of peace in these (more than 6 😉 ) freelensed images.







I am part of a group of photographers, Share Six, who blog 6 images on the 6th of each month with unique monthly themes. Next up is the talented Sharleen of Sharleen Stuart Photography 

Please click HERE for her interpretation of this month’s theme. Then, follow around the circle for even more beauty and creativity. ❤

Join us for this month’s theme by posting your Imperfection images on our Facebook page at Share Six  and to our Instagram gallery, by tagging #sharesix and #sharesix_imperfection.  A new theme will be posted on May 6th.



9 thoughts on “Imperfection

  1. They are all magnificent but the last one has my heart! The texture is amazing! So beautiful! We are not there yet with blooming in our northern spring!

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  4. Liz, your free lensing leaves me drooling. It is such an art and I have never mastered it. I love each and every image that you have shared and agree with Michele that the last image is stunning. Such a whole lot of gorgeousness.

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