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My mom has always told me I was more of a watcher that would sit among the crowd. I was never a social butterfly. I kept to myself.

Usually me and my cat. My iPod. Now it’s my camera.

On my walks, I take my camera and look for the small things that people ignore. The ones that people walk past. Like flowers. Like little details, that only a person with an eye for art would look for.

While visiting my Uncle, I noticed this rusted out. It looked like a smiley face to me. I laughed and took a picture. I smiled and told my Uncle that his truck had a smiley face on it. He didn’t see it until I pointed it out.

This is one of my favorite flower pictures that I have taken. I often get asked how I saw that. I see the little things. This was taken during the last weeks of Autumn, when the first snow fall happened. There was a little spot of pink surrounded by white snow. The rose was wilted and the leaves were no longer green but a crusty brown.

Goldfinches are so easy to spot due to their bright yellow color. This little bird was hidden in branches and leaves in a forest in a friend’s backyard. The pretty bird kinda stuck out like since the browns and greens blended together.

Here are some more macro photos of the little details I have found on my journey.

It’s also a nice way to clear my head. Sometimes it’s just me and my camera while others I bring my dog.

See more pictures on my insta!


Categories: Photography


Abby Juli is a self titled creative rebel and creator of the brand Purelifephotoss. Abby is an advocate for animals and mental health awareness. Find her digital artwork and photography in multiple print on demand shops on a variety of products.


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